Here, here, poetry from fellow poet Andy Murray: available for your bookshelf. His initial post read as follows:
The day has finally arrived: my poetry collection, Heading North, is published today by Nordland Publishing. I’ve seen a preview copy and I’m really pleased with it, and proud of its inclusion into Nordland’s Songs Of The North series. The blurb on the back of the book reads: Andrew James Murray is a writer and poet from Manchester, […]
There is magic around every solstice & equinox.
This year’s winter solstice is no different. I must thank my angels. On this occasion, he has a very earthly name, as Andy, for opening an unexpected door…
Andy is better known in WordPress as City Jackdaw. A fine poet, the writer and fellow blogger, he is also an author & a friend.
Andy, THANK YOU ☺️
My poetry has now a home. Nordicblackbird has found her roost.
How magical and somewhat surreal to know a friendship struck in such way would lead to be united & bound by a same publishing house.
I feel ever so humble.
What a wonderful Yule present 🙂
My forthcoming break (starting tomorrow afternoon) is all sorted out: that first manuscript will reach the Norwegian capital!
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