Raven's Blood

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Ron Koppelberger began writing when he was ten years old, his grandparents gave him his first typewriter. He has written 103 books of poetry and 18 novels. He has published 682 poems, 736 short stories and 143 pieces of art in over 256 periodicals, anthologies and books as well as in 11 radio broadcasts. He loves to write and nothing thrills him more than seeing his work in print. " The creative process is a thrill for me as is influencing the reader in a positive way, in a thought provoking way. One of my primary goals involves touching the reader and giving them a gift, the gift of a long forgotten memory or perhaps a special insight that may not have been apparent."
He usually finds himself in some sort of creative process, some form of self expression. He loves to play guitar and keyboards in his spare time; music is another creative drive in Ron's life and he enjoys playing whenever he gets the chance. He also does pencil sketches. My art is viewable on face book under will806095@bellsouth.net. He lives in Florida and loves the ocean, he lives about ten miles away from some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, long walks on the beach and hunting for souvenirs in the sand, sharks teeth and sand dollars, are some of Ron's favorite pastimes.

Raven's Blood

Authored by Ron W Koppelberger

A Book of dark and dreamlike poetry. Imagine a world of dreams. Imagine a world where shadow and light combine to create an image painted in whispers, in silent contemplation, in dreams of what is and what has been. Imagine a selection of dark poetry that stirs the soul and captures the innermost wont of our desires and aspirations. Raven's Blood is a collection of poetry created in hours of silent contemplation and wonder. Come imagine the world in half-lit splendor and often with just a touch of fear.

Publication Date:
1477516425 / 9781477516423
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / American / General

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