My book is free on kindle today and tomorrow. https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=charlie+hasler
Hi all, My book will be available for free on Kindle between tomorrow and Sunday. I would hugely appreciate it if you could spare the time to download it, have a flick through it and leave me a review on Amazon. I think there is an option on there for you to lend it to … Continue reading Words From An Unlikely Poet
Its a bit big and a lot thinner than I thought it would be but it is all a learning curve and something I can hold in my hand and think to myself, I did this. https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=charlie+hasler
After many weeks of frustration, perfectionism and recent reluctant compromise, I have finally got together kindle/paperback versions of my book that I am happy with. Kindle is available on Amazon now for 0.99p and contains some of my personal favourites. Paperback is available at £4.50 (I get £1 from that) I know it is a … Continue reading Book Now Available
Nearly there with the book, trying to format into kindle is proving very tricky and time-consuming. I want to get this boxed off before I start writing again. I will get there eventually.
I am putting together a collection of my poems into one book. This will be available on Amazon Kindle in the coming weeks, possibly a paperback version to follow also. Watch this space!
Drifting we do from early bud, to all but ash and ground Happiness is a lonely whisper, Amongst this bustling crowd. Snap of fingers echo’s, from a hindsight setting hand, Dreams sit behind the cusp of yesterday’s forgotten, More lay waiting, beyond tomorrows remembered land. Moments of content are few, as flakes in the autumn snow, … Continue reading Lonely Whisper
Soon now back the clocks will creek their light away, Tired arms of two, only one will backwards sway, Stolen will be one hours, one hours of lightened day. Time takes a giant step back, lowers the sun, tilts it`s blinding seasons cap. Blinded now the sun sits always low to curse the driving eyes, No … Continue reading Early Curtain Hill
I see the days of shorter light cupping the orange of blanket noon, Across the humming hills of yesterday, And the trees of the acorn dune. The crackled flame flickered a phoenix, A phoenix of blooming ruby glows, Ash bowed out the summer, as autumn winged and rose. A change is carried now … Continue reading Autumn (a short poem)
This was one of the first poems I wrote. Made some slight changes here and there.