Here you go, the excited news!
Now you can purchase The Salt Prejudice for your Kindle via Amazon and Kindle Store!
Happy reading, and have a nice day everyone!
Golden Arch Publishing is under the name of indie author and her assistant managing, it is an independent publisher. We have to celebrate this early year of 2016 with a new book release. The first book that published from us is The Salt Prejudice by Keefe R.D. Stay tune, because the Print edition will coming to your world!
Title: The Salt Prejudice: A Poetry for Souls
Author: Keefe R.D
Publisher: Golden Arch
Release date: Wednesday, 20 January 2016
Price: Rp. 47,000 (paperback)
*Price in Indonesian currency of Rupiah, we’re still working on shipping worldwide. 😀
What does it take for us to have a courage in life?
How one of a million hearts would hold to paint their life into a piece of poem? It is all written in a single poetry. Consists of ten spiritual poems and short stories about a bitter taste of life, sadness, joyousness, and living as a human being. That’s it: A poetry for souls.
It was no more than a mere catastrophe that ached in my heart. Some says, going away to flutter with your deepest heart is a decision to take. But oh well—who knows of saying that mercy would skeptic our mind into a stranger on a long road tonight.
I clenched my fist hardly, I didn’t think it would hurt more than before, but what they said about some flyers—it might be true.
Some things can conjugate into thin air, it says well, I broke every rules, more than they know. Prejudice of my conjugation is a pain over the moon, but for some mountains for instance, that plays well.
In the end,
I pry well for the moon and mountain.
This is my first book review on WordPress, actually I’m about to review four books at once. Hush Hush, Crescendo, Silence, and Finale, all by Becca Fitzpatrick. I am going to review about what I like and I don’t.
Yeay, I finished this series in about two months, I guess? (Sept – Oct)
Back in 2009, the first impression I used to have toward Hush Hush was I thought it tried to doppelganger The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer, that made me hated it, more like I resented it. But guess what, I was wrong all along in a fact beyond what I never know behind the publishing industry since there were so many similarity in both worlds of those books. Continue reading