Photo post by @KIMPITBULL123.
Source: Frosty morning #photography
I’m pleased to present you with the cover for the 4 book in the Mind’s Eye series,
Tales From The Cacao Tree.
It’s all about the sinfully delicious chocolate.
The awesome Kat from Aeternum Designs made the amazing cover.
Pre.order the book now and pay ony 99 cents.
The price is a pre-order discount, and will go up to 3.99 when the book goes live.
You can find the previous books in The Minds’ Eye series here:
A poem by the awesome Kim Stapf 💟 via Ben Ditmars 💙
You kiss my lips
I tremble down deep
I can feel my heart pumping
With every touch I burn
I’m trapped with no way out
I wrote a poem in collaboration with the talented poet Ben Dirmars.
The poem is inspired by a beautiful sunset picture,
taken by the amazing Kim Stapf.
Theirs is sky above the trees
And we are lost below
The crimson failure
With a tangerine and blue indifference
Molten lava runs through our veins
While we gaze upon the liquid gold
That runs across the celestial sphere
As we try and find our way through life
Into a new horizon
Blanketed with clouds
And silhouettes of us
Entwined as scoria
With scarlet dreams
We enter the night
A new beginning
Of hushed whispers
You can find out more about Kim here:
And Ben here:
I’ve been invited to join The Chocolate Book Tag Challenge by the lovely author Maria Savva. You can find her post here https://www.goodreads.com/author_blog_posts/6345038-the-chocolate-book-tag-challenge Thank you for tagging me, Maria! J
Books and chocolate goes hand in hand in my opinion. Anyone that knows me know that I’m utterly addicted to both chocolate and books and I do not intent to give up any of those addictions.
The rules are that you should choose between 6-8 chocolate bars or types of chocolate and link them to books you think they might be a good accompaniment for.
Dark chocolate with chili:
Perspectives by Maria Savva, Dacia Helle and photographer Martin David Porter is definitely like dark chocolate with chili. The stories start out like sweet dark chocolate and then suddenly the bite of the chili appears.
Swiss Chocolate truffles:
Charity Parkersons A Secure Heart
These four stories in one book makes me think of chocolate truffles from Switzerland. They draw you in and doesn’t let go until the bowl is empty…ups…I mean until the book is finished.
Each a decadent bite of bliss.
Milk chocolate covered sweet licorice dusted in licorice powder:
Ben Ditmars Night Poems was one of the first poetry books I have ever read.
I devoured the book of darkness, love and hope the same way I devour those delicious licorice chocolate spheres.
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
This book is one of my favorite books of all time and I vividly remember reading it while eating those delicious kinder bonbons. It will forever be a piece of my childhood that I often return to.
I couldn’t just choose one Harry Potter book, so I simply chose them all, which led me to choose mixed Summerbird chocolate. There is darkness, sweetness, bitterness, power, fluffy fun, champange love and surprises around every corner.
Well I think I deserve a piece of chocolate now.
While I’m stuffing my face with all that chocolate goodness I’m going to tag my friend Kim Stapf.
She is an awesome Indie author supporter and reviewer.
You can find her reviews here http://kimpitbull123.wordpress.com/
She is also a photographer http://blackrose789.wordpress.com/
Here is the link to some of the other Chocolate Book Tag Challenge participants:
Author/Poet Ben Ditmars:
Author Susan Buchanan:
Check out the first review of Savage Rose. It’s so beautiful!
This author is rocking the poetry world with her Third work of art! Literally! The cover draws you in from the start. From her first words you can’t help but want more, I like the length of the books as it gives you just enough to keep you wanting another from this author. Every book she gives her heart and soul, always leaving everything she’s got in her. You see that in every poem, taste the words, feel the pain and the love she has for friends and family. The photography tells the same story as she painstakingly picks a picture that she herself shot to go with her beautiful words. This poet isn’t afraid of telling her story, of letting us into her world,in her realm of creativity with words and pictures she tells her story. I personally can’t get enough of her work. I totally recommend the beautiful…
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