Spectre Specter Blue Ravine by N. L. Shompole

Hmm…this is definitely a new author for me, and a new genre. Not to mention one of the shortest summaries ever:

A contemplation of loss,
& phantoms as
euphemisms
for disaster.

But, you know, this is a book about African poetry, so it’s really hard to write anything without giving too much away. N. L. Shompole became very popular amongย  poetry readers and writers with her debut poetry novel, Cassiopeia at Midnight.


This title is currently available and is available to Kindle Unlimited users also. Take time to read the deep words and feelings of Death, Grief & Loss.

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