SoSS #13- 21/09/2019

Happy Weekend lovely people!

Appreciation is always such a beautiful thing to get but at times, when it comes in unexpected ways, it is even more delightful. Today I got a mention by JupiterGrant for the SoSS post and that really touched me.
Thank you very much from the bottom of my heart… and I hope you all will enjoy the very beautiful work on this blog.

Happy reading!

Jupiter's Lair

Welcome to the weekend, lovely people. I’ve enjoyed reading some fantastic content this week, as well as having a bit of a Netflix binge (the new series of “American Horror Story”, and “Marianne”. Both very creepy, so I count myself terribly brave for not having resorted to sleeping with the lights on! 😨)

And, speaking of creepy, (nice segueway, huh?) my new ebook “A Horny Halloween: Six Smutty Stories for the Samhain Season” is out on October 1st, and available to preorder now. Six all new sexy horror fiction stories written especially for the spooky season.

Wishing you all a fantastic weekend, whatever you’re up to. And happy reading.

Love, Jupiter x 🌺

Prose

Everything You Can Imagine is Real from submissy. An enchanting tale accompanied by a gorgeous image.

The Soundtrack to First Love from Floss. This is a poignant piece about lost love and how music is inextricably…

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SHE HONOURS ME SO With Her Words…

For a poet, every work is like a beloved child, none any lesser than the other. However, my book “you make me SPILL MY INK” is very close to my heart.

When I asked Isabel to review one of my books, I had no idea she would choose “you make me SPILL MY INK”. And that she would write such a beautiful review…I’m truly honoured!

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The lady writes…

“Mona Soorma’s way of formatting these poems into dairy entries, that allow her to talk to her muse, is wonderful. She gives you a feeling of peace when reading her poetry and since it’s set in the months of the year you really get a feeling of the seasons rolling into another and when her muse strikes the most.”

 

For the complete review “Click Here

You can also find some of her lovely poetry, among lots of other reviews on her site Rainy (Book) Reviews & Poems.

I hope you will enjoy reading her pages.

Quirky Questions with Mona Soorma

Thank you very much, Dove, for the beautiful interview! It’s been a pleasure ☺

DOVE WINTERS

Unrequited: Poetry From The Hurting Heart by [Soorma, Mona]

I asked some quirky questions of Mona Soorma! But first, check out the works: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=manicsylph

And follow the links:

https://www.amazon.com/Mona-Soorma/e/B07BSFF5KB/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0

http://manicsylph.com/

https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ManicSylph

https://www.instagram.com/manicsylph/

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/17849105.Mona_Soorma

https://www.facebook.com/manicsylphwrites

Twitter: @manicsylph

To the questions! Mona, what song are you listening to right now or what song did you listen to last?

Words by BeeGees. I listen to this often, it is one of my favourite songs and the lyrics say it all-          

It’s only words

And words are all I have

To take your heart away

Beautiful! Next, would you rather fly on a dragon or meet a mermaid?

A mermaid is what I would choose. I am a water baby. The sea, the pool, the rain, that’s what my favourite ways to spend a moment are. It would be interesting to know a beautiful mermaid with long hair and blue-green scales with eyes to match, and ask her what her favourite creatures on…

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SOMEONE LOVED MY WORDS SO…

What does a poet live for… a little adulation, a bit of applause…

That more than makes up for the heartache, the gestation pains that are a prerequisite for birthing words, even happy words. How often a writer dies, to live again, in the embrace of a dream!

Sometimes, in the midst of the mish-mash called life, someone manages to touch our hearts with the beauty of their soul. My friend Glen Giles did just that by writing this beautiful poem and asking me to name it. And because of the beauty of his gesture, I named this one “A Touch Of Magic”


Thank you, my friend, for that precious gift.

Here is the poem. Read and enjoy, and follow this amazing person here



A Touch Of Magic

by Glen Giles


Words that twist around my spine

Trickling through my soul and mind

Leaving me breathless into the night

Only a whisper without sight


Driving their way through the seams

Fluttering and dancing as in a dream

A life only known in the shadow of night

Only to unravel at dawn’ light

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