Sometimes, Subject Wins

 

We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to bring you an important news bulletin.

 

Spillwords Press will be publishing my poem, ‘Leap Year’, as a featured post on February 29th!

I believe this is more of a nod to very date specific subject matter, rather than any recognition of my skill. But, nonetheless, it is nice to be noticed.

For my faithful readers, who have already seen the poem on my blog and whom are always so generous with taking the time to read my efforts, may I also ask that you visit Spillwords Press to read ‘Leap Year’ and be kind enough to vote in review. You can also read my other published works here.

Thanks to all of you who read, support, praise, inspire, and lift my words. May blessings always be returned to you.

 

 

Comments
17 Responses to “Sometimes, Subject Wins”
  1. Super congratulations my dear friend 😊 you are a special writer and its a a grateful thing to read your poetry about leap year on leap year, but this one I will read directly on the spillwords website. CheersπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘Œ

  2. Congratulations Brad πŸ’ that’s wonderful news.

  3. Congrats! Your talent amazes us as your readers and it’s nice to know that it is noticed by others as well!

  4. Wow! Lovely poem! Congratulations Brad! You are most certainly a very talented writer.

  5. Jim Borden says:

    congratulations, but I am not surprised that your writing is being recognized by publishers. Leap Year was one of my favorites. I wish you continued success!

  6. kristianw84 says:

    First of all, congratulations!! ❀ Secondly, don't be so modest. I'm sure spillwords selected your poem because they recognize the immense talent from the brilliant writer that you are!

  7. jupitergrant says:

    Huge congratulations 🎊 I’m sorry I’m so late to catch up!!

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