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THE DEATH OF THE SENTENCE by Richard Doyle
The death of the sentence is the debut role of the writer; the plight of the poetry pamphlet; an inventive homage; science in the novel; science fiction in the real world; prose spaceship and singular music; both fun-
Simple in style yet steeped in emotion, I recommend The death of the sentence for poetry newbs and aficionados alike – Dystopic.co.uk
Poetry in its many forms is something I love to explore, read and wander through
This is an eclectic mix, some fun, some narration
From science fiction to thoughtful meanderings, this collection has them all for you
Some deep, others light hearted, pontification and deliberation.
They’re short reads, to dip into when you feel like a quick read
Or whenever you just feel the need!
Many thanks to Random Things Tours for my copy of this book
Into which I enjoyed taking a look.
For something different and intriguing, perhaps you
Should take a look at this book, too?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Richard Doyle is an old-school SF fan who began writing seriously in 2001. He has a Diploma in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia and collaborated on a book in 2006. He has had poems published in the UK poetry magazines Orbis and Sarasvati and is a regular member of the Bristol Stanza Poetry Group.
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