This post is a little late in coming. I’ve been so busy with editing and marketing lately, but I’ve been meaning to tell you all that last week Phantom Poetry hit No. 3 on Amazon in the Poetry About Love free books category! A huge thanks to everyone who downloaded my book and made that accomplishment possible. I love you all and hope you all enjoy the poetry collection!
Hello, readers! I’m offering my Phantom Poetry collection for free this weekend as my Valentine’s Day gift to you all!
This collection of romantic poetry is the perfect way to spend your Valentine’s Day whether you’re single or have a special someone in your life. Light some rose-scented candles, boil a cup of tea (or coffee) and slip into a luxurious bubblebath and begin a journey through the tale of The Phantom of the Opera told from a poetic standpoint. Read one of the poems aloud to that special someone to make their heart melt.
Go pick it up on Kindle if you don’t already have a copy, and please leave a review after you’ve read it. Tell me what you liked or didn’t like. All honest feedback is welcome. I truly value your opinions. I hope you all have a very fantastic Valentine’s Day!
Hi all! I am honored to announce that Phantom Poetry has been featured on this lovely blog! Click below to check it out!
I’m excited to announce that copies of my eBooks are now available at Walmart! Due to Walmart’s new partnership with Rakuten Kobo, you can now find copies of my eBooks in the Walmart store.
Many thanks to fellow author, Sharon E. Cathcart, for creating the original post about the partnership. As Sharon stated in her article that is linked below, you have to search author names using quotes around them at the present time since the author search function is relatively new and not yet perfected.
For your convenience, here is the link to my books at Walmart:
Now through the end of July, both my books are available in e-book format for 75% off their normal prices. Navigate to Smashwords to take advantage of the offer (You have to buy at Smashwords to get the 75% discount, which will be automatically applied to your order at checkout), and you can download the book to your Kindle, Nook, Kobo, computer, phone or any other compatible device in the format that you wish.
Bobbie’s Pen & Muse is a lovely reviewer site managed by the friendly, yet positively critical, Bobbie. She reads and reviews books for fun, and she always offers her honest opinion. Therefore, I was extremely honored when she wanted to feature three of my poems from Phantom Poetry on her site.
Go check them out, and while you’re there, give Bobbie a follow and have fun browsing all the amazing content on her lovely site. You won’t be disappointed.
I am super excited to announce that the Kindle version of my latest book, a collection of poetry inspired by the tale of The Phantom of the Opera, is available for pre-order starting today! Entitled “Phantom Poetry” and consisting of 3 chapbooks, the entire collection features more than 100 poems. If you order now, it’ll be auto-delivered to your device on the release date: February 1st. Although the paperback is not available for pre-order, it will be released the same day.
A Phantom-related book from me has been a long time coming, and after so much prompting from all of you, I have finally endeavored over the past year to put this together in hopes of tiding my lovely readers over until I’m done writing my latest novel (no details on it yet; it’s still a secret 😉). So without further ado, here it is, and I sincerely hope you enjoy it! The countdown to February 1st begins! 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹
As many of you know, I’ve begun writing a poem a day and publishing them on my author site: Kayla Lowe Author Site
Today I felt like writing another Phantom-inspired poem, and, of course, I had to include it here on this site as well for all my Phamily and Phriends. (For those of you who have a FanFiction.net account or simply happen to read fan fiction on there, my Phantom of the Opera-inspired poetry is on there as well: Phantom’s Rose on FanFiction.net
Alas, here is today’s Phantom poem:
As always, please feel free to leave comments, thoughts and questions below, and if you have any of your own Phantom poetry to share, please feel free to do so!