This excerpt from my novel, Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World, was the first in a series posted while completing revisions on the novel. (Cover art by Luther E. Vann)
Hello Dear Readers,
Thank you for your interest in this story. It is now part of the novel titled Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World, which you can view by clicking on this link: http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewwork.asp?AuthorID=25279
I would also like to invite you enjoy the new UNCUT GOODIES Series taken from the same work.
Site: The Black Skylark Z-Ped Music Player
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"A Lost Angel Singing Poetry: Excerpt 1"
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|Reviewed by Miriam Center
|This certainly makes the reader want to know more of the story. Keep going, friend. You're almost there. And I want to be there when you arrive!
|Reviewed by Sandra Mushi
|Such an intriguing write! I didn't know whether to sit still or fidget around as I read this. The description here is just outstanding! Wonderfully written, Aberjhani!
|Reviewed by Joyce Hale
|Your imagination is exceeded only by your ability to convey your thoughts to others with words, Aberjhani. Stunning!
|Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain
A masterfully crafted, very intriguing write ... so extraordinarily penned!!
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|interesting read, holds reader interest|
|Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
|wow.......this is very exciting
such a mixture in short poetic verses
very intrigued to see where it all is going
|Reviewed by M. B.
|Oooo, yeah, like Nordette pointed out, I am intrigued!
You portrayed Danny Blue's dream so realistically. Between the earthy mud and celestial orchids you gave the dream a mystical quality.
I'm as curious as Danny Blue is to find out whose bed he woke up in and where the Z-Ped music player disappeared to. But mostly who's the dude sitting on the floor against the wall near the door? Is he there to keep Danny Blue from "escaping?" Or there to illuminate his bizarre predicament?
I have no doubt you will answer my questions in the next exciting installment. A LOST ANGEL SINGING POETRY, while beautifully written with a mystical flair, like all superb writing, draws the reader deep into the story, stimulating the desire to know more... and quickly!
|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|If this is the opening, you've intrigued me, Aberjhani, and I'd expect nothing less from you. So I look forward to more. ~~Nordette|