I don’t have a storefront, but I do have poetry books. I have written two books of poetry. My first book, Chaos Mind: Inspiration from Moments of Desperation was written and published in 2013. My second book Introspection: Deep Within The Frontal Lobe in 2015.
Since then I have been busy writing and trying to establish myself as a serious poet. I say that because I wrote and published my first book before almost anyone knew I was a writer and a poet. I typically start these type of things in life in backward order.
So tracking my inventory I have five copies of my first edition and the first book left. Because the number five is my favorite I’m selling the last five I have for $5.00. If you want a copy, please email me.
Also, if you are interested in first editions of my second book, I only have twenty copies left. Those are $10.00 each.
Here is my email address. email@example.com
Thank you for support me, my writing, and my poetry!
-Dallas J. Moore
So, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. I bet you thought I fell off the face of the Earth or gave up on writing. The short answer is no. Actually, I’ve been writing a great deal, but haven’t had the time to sit down and post anything new here. If you are on Instagram, you should follow me. I’d love to know what you are up to and learn more about you.
I have been writing a lot of haiku poetry and mixing it with my photography. I purchased a set of three lenses for my iPhone 6 (micro, fish eye, and wide). With the warm weather, I’ve been out getting inspired, writing, and taking photos (something I love, but am not amazing at).
Apart from that, I’ve ordered limited runs of some of those haiku poems with my original photography. If you are interested, you can view them at my Etsy Shop. If you feel like supporting my writing career, you are more than welcome to purchase one or all of these limited prints. Currently there are 13 different haiku poems listed, five of each are available for purchase. Once I sell all five, I will not order more. When they are gone, they are gone.
I hope you will take a moment to check out my store. Please feel free to share any thoughts, feelings, or ideas you have. I’d love to hear some of your feedback. Lastly, let’s connect on Instagram. As I said, I’d love to learn more about you and share my work with you daily (as that has been my goal for this year, sharing one new piece daily).
-Dallas J. Moore