THE POET’S SURVIVAL GUIDE 4: ACTIVE DUTY
The fourth ebook in the popular series
just for poets continues with “Active Duty!”
Are you a poet? Is it tough surviving
life as a poet? Do people still look
at you funny when you say you are one?
Do they want you to write toasts for their
weddings or love poems? What does it
mean to be a poet? In this offering,
you will learn that “Yes, You Are a Poet!”
Plus more on being a performance artist,
persistence, how to refresh your poetic
skills, and use poetry to help others.
Plus there’s the bonus of more
Secret Poetry Weapons – skills to keep
your life upas a poet (no matter what
you may or may not do for a living!)
Order your ebook today (Kindle):
“The Poet’s Survival Guide 4: Active Duty”
From Chapter 5: Persistence:
“Is it hard to be a poet? Oh yes!
How many people look at you funny
(that aren’t writers or poets themselves)
when you say you are one? Besides the
fact, you won’t find many readers of it
anyway they will wonder just what it is
you do and then the next inevitable
question will be do you make a living
with it. You have to live, breathe, eat,
sleep poetry to be a poet. If you
don’t know what that means, are you
living up to your true poetical nature?
THE POET’S SURVIVAL GUIDE 1
“How to Write and Make $ With Your Poetry”
17 chapters for new or established poets trying
to earn and make a living with poetry.
THE POET’S SURVIVAL GUIDE 2
“In The Trenches”
Features more of what you should know and do to
make a living or a part-time living writing poetry.
11 chapters on how and where to sell your poems.
Includes PR tools.
THE POET’S SURVIVAL GUIDE 3
“Back to Boot Camp”
The Poet’s Survival Guide series is back with a part 3, a new
offering for 2012. In this guide for poets, get back to the basics
to sustain your life as a poet. Improve your odds. Create your
best poems. Figure out which way to go: electronic or paper.
Branch out and get your poetry fix while creating and maintaining
new and tried and true ways to continue your career as a poet.
The Poet’s Survival Guide 1 – Book
The Poet’s Survival Guide 1 – E-book
The Poet’s Survival Guide 1 – Kindle
The Poet’s Survival Guide 2 – E-book
The Poet’s Survival Guide 2 – Kindle
The Poet’s Survival Guide 3 – E-book
The Poet’s Survival Guide 3 – Kindle
The Poet’s Survival Guide 4 – Kindle
NEW BOOK PUBLISHED:
“The EP Hunting Club: Book One The Poem Code”
by LB Sedlacek
E.P. Huntington is just a maintenance guy
for the GBT (Great Big Thing) and the other
telescopes and labs at the National Radio
Astronomy Observatory. An artist, a poet,
and a novice astronomer, Janise Birch was
all that until she disappeared. She left
something behind. Does her last poem, her
most ingenious work contain an important
message for us all? Her cousin, Darius,
his best friend, E.P., and her Astronomy
Professor are about to find out.
NEW MEMOIR NOW AVAILABLE:
People don’t drive cars through buildings –
that’s what I used to laugh and say when I
would see it on TV or in the movies. A few
days before, I had seen a movie, a comedy,
where a car drove through a building and
I had said that never happens – people
don’t drive through buildings. But then,
then it happened to me. I wasn’t in the
car. I was in the building. This is my
story … “Life after Wreck” a memoir
by LB Sedlacek available on Kindle:
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to make them publication ready.
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More critique options available.
“District of Confusion (The
Washington, DC poems)” by
Poems written April 2012 and
they are one poet’s return to
Washington, D.C. They were written
on this particular trip back to
visit Washington, D.C. where I
lived for many years. Poems include
“True Story: Outside Ford’s Theatre,”
“Cups for Money, Cups for Food,”
“The Former Court of Neptune,”
“Red Brick and Cobblestone,” and
“Union Station Poem (Washington, DC).”
Also by LB Sedlacek, now on Kindle:
“The Cat and the Carroll A. Deering
and Other North Carolina Poems”
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