To celebrate this charming and personal review of Doll God by Robin at her blog, I am offering for one last time a donation event to receive a free copy.
For one lil ole donation of a minimum of $10 to Home Fur Good no-kill animal shelter in Phoenix, you will receive a signed copy of my book and a cat or elephant charm with free shipping (and tax write-off from the shelter).
My book is valued at $14 and the charm at $5, plus I am picking up the shipping myself. All I am asking is that you donate a minimum of $10 (for shipping to US address!!! (For international, please email me to discuss shipping costs). Feel free to donate more if you can, but only one package deal per person, please.
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I read my friend from Michigan’s book,
“Doll God,” over a period of days.
Luanne Castle heads off on some
interesting, curious, twisted paths
in numerous directions taken.
Natural, mystical and physical
worlds inexplicably melded,
in her 2015 prize-winning
book awarded by the ~
“New Mexico – Arizona
All found within a collection of
54 deeply moving, tense and
alternatively relaxing, poems.
I had wished to write with parts
of each poem originally to intrigue
and entice you with snippets
but we had to cut back
featuring several instead.
Partnering up with my mother,
past 30 year teacher of high school
English, World Literature and Spanish,
we tackled thought-provoking poems.
Floundering a bit in our lack of abstract-
thinking abilities, both more practiced
in concrete-level of comprehension.
Quick summaries may also
provide clues to what hidden
gems may lie underneath the
piles of pages, like leaves, which
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