eBook Ranking


The Driftwood of Our Lives Washed Up on Some Foreign Shore is currently selling at no. 23 in Kindle eBooks paid, Poetry, Contemporary, and at a higher overall ranking than the top three search results for the same categorization (though it’s a keyword, not a category)!

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My first manuscript, The Driftwood of Our Lives Washed Up on Some Foreign Shore, is now available as an Amazon eBook. It is $2.99 and 30 pages. Please share and enjoy! I published a couple excerpts of it on here yesterday, but here they are again:

INTERLUDE 3

The driftwood of our lives
Washed up on some foreign shore
We glistened
But the sun was not amiable
It was fierce
Our dominance was unquestioned
But we knew not how to live
A spiritual deadening
Infected the nation-state
There was no truth in advertising
And all our wars came to naught
Consumer culture reigned
Even as millions languished
Permanently jobless
The driftwood of our lives
Washed up on some foreign shore
We did not recognize our new homes
But the animals and winds around us
Did not pause for our alienation
They went about their business
And we, perplexed,
Eventually tried haltingly
To get on with ours

Or, wait I actually removed and replaced the introduction before I published it. Here is the new starting gun:

*REMEMBER THESE THINGS

The tangled flow of lives
In your workings, remember three things:
——-One, never look down on mushrooms
——-Two, do not insult your customers
——-Three, bring your lives to fruition
In your direct actions, remember these four:
——-The situation is not normal
——-The collected dreams of the people are at a place of power
——-Refrain from rudeness
——-Chant loudly, raucously, and bawdily
In your home, three again
——-Bring ever peace unto it
——-Stand on the threshold a moment before going through
——-Cook with consciousness

Incidentally I enabled unlimited sharing….

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