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WHEN EVE WALKED IS OUT NOW!

By Linda Cull • September 22nd, 2020

Welcome to the WHEN EVE WALKED book launch! Woohoo! When Eve Walked is now available from all good bookstores and online book retailers! And that’s something to celebrate! I’m delighted with my new book and hope you’ll enjoy it too! It’s been an epic journey creating When Eve Walked – a poetry collection about womanhood and spiritual transformation! My early 20s were abundant with spiritually transformative experiences. It was duringRead more…

5 STEPS TO MAKING A POETRY BOOK

By Linda Cull • September 10th, 2020

Dear author, welcome to the five essential steps to making a poetry book. There is much to do—but it is easier in steps! Take a step with no hurry in mind, and enjoy being at that step. Every step comes with lessons and insights, and happiness. Sometimes you may feel stuck at a step but please do persevere, you are made of more grit than you may think. There isRead more…

BOOK DESIGN: THE COVER FOR WHEN EVE WALKED

By Linda Cull • September 4th, 2020

Book cover reveal time!!! Introducing to you, my beautiful new book, When Eve Walked: Poems— about womanhood and spiritual transformation! Book design by Damonza (affiliate). Here’s the blurb: Woman. Hidden. Rising. Risen. In the inspirational memoir, Where The Light Lives, visionary artist Linda Cull shared her remarkable spiritual awakening journey—giving us hope and healing. When Eve Walked continues Linda’s offering. A beautifully intimate collection inspired by her powerful spirituality. Through pain and joy,Read more…

THE INS AND OUTS OF EDITING A POETRY COLLECTION

By Linda Cull • August 15th, 2020

Authors/self-publishers of poetry who have created a poetry collection manuscript and are now at the editing stage will gain the most from reading: The Ins and Outs of Editing a Poetry Collection. Nothing screams amateurish more than a poorly edited book—especially a poorly edited poetry collection where every word, comma, and full-stop matters. Editing a poetry collection successfully, therefore, requires time, patience, attention to detail, repetition, and dedication—and money. ThereRead more…

HOW TO ORGANISE A POETRY COLLECTION MANUSCRIPT

By Linda Cull • July 1st, 2020

Do you have poems you’ve written in a notebook or on loose paper, in a drawer or box? Or typed and saved on a computer. Perhaps, from years ago, or more recently.  Lately, you’ve been thinking about how you’d like to organise your poems into a collection for publication. Yes, your very own poetry book. But where to start? Organising a poetry collection is a big task but I’ll showRead more…

WHEN EVE WALKED coming soon

By Linda Cull • March 20th, 2020

My goodness, what can 25 years do for a poetry collection? Quite a lot. Should the sky not fall in, come September 2020, my book of poems When Eve Walked shall be released as print and ebook in all good online bookstores. A poetry collection is like a bottle of wine that develops depth with time. Ever evolving. Well, it’s almost time to share the poetic vino, my friends! TheRead more…

POEMS BY DUNCAN REDDINGTON

By Linda Cull • November 20th, 2018

Being   It is not the having It is not the doing It is the being.   It is not the image It is not the personality It is the energy.   It is not the following It is not the leading It is the devotion.   It is not the form It is not the line It is the space.   It is not the word It is notRead more…

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