I happened to be looking at Amazon yesterday and noticed that they’ve put the Hardcover version of my most recent poetry book, Looking for the Light: Hindsight is 2020, on sale at a huge discount. The original list price was $34.95 and it’s now selling for $8.49. It’s not often you find hardcovers books for under $10, so this is a real bargain. Hit the highlighted link and it’ll take you directly to the sale page.

Amazon surprised me with this, so I don’t know how long it will be available at the discounted price. If you’re interested or know someone who might be, take advantage of this as soon as possible—and let your friends know.
[Note: I do not know if the sale is available at Amazon outside of the US. My apologies if it isn’t.]

Just to whet your appetite, here are a few of the poems you’ll find in the book, read by yours truly.

Wishing you all a Blessed Easter & Happy Passover!

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    1. I know, right? I hope a lot of people take advantage of it. There are ebooks that cost more than they’re selling the hardcover for, so I think it’s a real bargain on a beautiful book.

  1. This is funny to read because after I came here tonight, I looked thru your book list and this one perked my interest, 2020 ugh, so I went to Amazon and was surprised to see the hardcover so inexpensive and ordered it. I am excited to get and read it too which is weird because I haven’t a read a book of any kind in decades. I have always liked your poetry, I’ve found it very accessible yet thought provoking and deeper than it appears.

    It has been very nice to stumble onto your blog tonight by chance, spending some time reading poetry, stirring all kinds of memories and thoughts, and seeing you doing well. Take care Elise!

    1. Thank you so much, Dab! It must be serendipity for you to stumble here and then find the hardcover of Looking for the Light: Hindsight is 2020 at such a great price. (It was a huge surprise when I saw Amazon had done that–What? Tell the author? No, that’s not important! LOL) I found that by accident myself, which was why I shared it here. I hope you enjoy the book–it’s not hard to read and there are lots of photos. 2020 sucked for us all and I think I managed to find at least some of the light with the poems in the book.
      Now, please, don’t be a stranger! And let me know what you think of the book after you’ve read it.