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Buried Seeds Zine: A Journey of Thriving and Transcendence (Lotus Book 1)

by Yemaya Upeksha

Let me take you on a journey of thriving and transcendence. Through sharing a collection of poems, essays, and journal entries, the author hopes to provide clarity, hope, encouragement, inspiration, motivation and entertainment to reader. This zine is the first of three installments which evolve as I have evolved. Zines are a longtime method of self-expression and a way to share ideas, I was inspired by the history of this form of expression to create and publish a zine that I wrote from my heart and soul....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Essays & Correspondence, Letters & Correspondence
Size: 31 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 28 January 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Melody in Edinburgh: Short travel story set in Edinburgh

by Yoshiya Torii

This is one of the short stories in a fiction travel story "Melody," which has been already published. A young man was looking at a big white cloud while sitting on a bench. It was floating in the blue summer sky, moving slowly, changing its shape little by little. He had been looking for something unconsciously while traveling with his guitar. He first visited London, then Dublin, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Venice, Lisbon, Pontevedra. Finally, he got to Paris.Instagram #yoshiyatorii...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Essays & Correspondence
Size: 15 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 28 January 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.70 / 5
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Some People Are Dead: Part Essay, Part Memoir, Parts Unknown

by James Scott Bell

“Everybody has got to die, but I have always believed an exception would be made in my case. Now what?” - Last words of William SaroyanBut there are no exceptions. Now what? James Scott Bell spent a good chunk of 2015 thinking and writing about that. Some famous people died that year. So did others not so famous. It doesn't matter, because each life is a story. And if we look deeply enough they all have something to say.In Some People Are Dead, Bell weaves his musings on the departed into a form of essay combining memoir and reflection, thoughts on how to live and how to die, and an occasional peek inside the mind of a writer. It's a book you don't have to read in one sitting. The entries are short, so it's perfect when you're waiting in line for coffee, or at the doctor's, even in the...

Genre: Self-Help, Spiritual, Literature & Fiction, Nonfiction, Essays & Correspondence, Essays
Size: 189 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 28 January 2020 onward PDT/PST 

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