A Life in Frames is my most accessible and versatile publication to date.
In this book, you can find many short stories as well as flash fiction and one or two poems. The stories are about life and death, love and joy, darkness and sadness. They are moments in the life of the characters who often stay nameless. For me, it showcases my writing abilities best because this collection is not prose and not lyric… It is an eclectic mix of both.
About the cover: as always with my books, I took the picture myself. It is a street lamp shot in the dark. Enhanced by a couple of filters.
About the title: A Life in Frames sounds a bit off or weird at first glance, but it makes sense. We like to take pictures of moments in our lives and put them in an album or hang them on our walls. These are moments like that, just in written form.
As most often, every piece of writing in A Life in Frames is fiction. But there are always little hints and pieces of me in every word I write.
If you are interested in a paperback copy of the book you should know this: I ship worldwide. The price is set at $18 (15€, £13) shipping and handling is included – no hidden or additional costs.
How can you go about purchasing a copy of this absolutely brilliant anthology? Well, there are a couple of ways:
- the Amazon is the easiest put least personal
- Use this very blog. There is a purchase button if you scroll all the way down on mobile or desktop version of WordPress. You will receive a signed copy with a handwritten note
- Send the money via Pay Pal to firstname.lastname@example.org, mention which book you want and verify that your name and address are correct.
Easy as cake, right?
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