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Sunny Sunday Poetry Special Feature ~ Jacob’s Soliloquy & Grace Race (To Die Once, Part 7&8)

Unfortunately, I couldn’t post a special poetry feature last Sunday, so I’m lumping the two poems in this post. I apologize for that!

I decided it would be nice to write a poem for Jacob, one of the secondary characters in To Die Once. I thought it would add flavor to the poetry series hearing his reasons for his actions poetry style. Here it goes!

~Jacob’s Soliloquy~

How do I get it Right?

I won’t give up the Fight

Or let my prey out of Sight

It is the only way to Light

 

I will sink hard with a mean Bite

When I get him in the right Site

Whether it’s a million or a Mite

I’ll secure it with any Rite

 

I dream of a home that’s a Loft

With cushions, settees—round and Soft

One that’ll make me feel like I’m Loft

Whatever the cost, I’ll pay—hard or Soft

 

~The Grace Race~

Tis the season for Grace

So get in the Race

In line with God’s Pace

And be laced with His Grace

 

What better day than Today

In this month of May

It’s like making Hay

When the sun’s bright in the Day

 

So straighten your feet, walk the Path

Swing your arms, do the Math

Grace makes me clean like a Bath

Such mercy in being placed in the Path.

 

Giveaway Winners!

As always, I’m glad to announce this and last week’s ebook winners. Congrats to Amanda Whitley, Patience, Shakira, Bree Marrs, Kathryn Svendsen, Juju (TalesOfWhimsy.com), Martin Chatin, Alice Quinn, Colin Quirke, Olivia Byrd, Chris Burke, Maura Treacy, Sarah Maguire and Jai Gagne! You will receive an email after the blog tour bearing your gifts. If you didn’t win this time, you can still join the giveaway as it is open until the end of next week. Giveaway is international! If you prefer, you can get the book at Amazon and Kobo.

You can also find this post on facebook.

About the Book

To-Die-Once-ebook-coverA NOVEL

Two men, one woman, a rosebush …

… a terrible past, an uncertain future

Jennifer, a woman unexpectedly trapped in a path of love and passion against everything she believes.

Rodrigo, a man set to get what he wants at the cost of what matters most.

Stefano, a man with a past, a story to tell and passion to offer.

Chidi, a friend in need, a friend indeed. Or not?

From a culture where good girls follow the norm and live as they’ve been told, Jennifer is no different from any other girl until by happenstance, she meets and falls in love with Rodrigo, a man who’s handsome, rich and foreign. Different. She has no idea who he is or what he does, and is swept into a world of romance and passion. It is not long before she discovers a shocking truth that shakes both her world and his.

Then he is gone.

Stefano shows up at a time when Jennifer has made up her mind about the rules of life. He thinks she’s beautiful and is in love with her. In a bid to convince her to give him a chance in her life, old memories once buried are brought to life. And the events that follow don’t leave anyone unaffected by the truth of the past that was left unsettled.

Meanwhile, Jennifer with her friend Chidi, find themselves on a self-discovery journey that has one of them raising questions.

Some just have to ask, where is God in all this?

… an inspirational romance, from Lagos to Italy.

To Die Once is book #1 in the Child of Grace Series. You can follow me on twitter, google+, pinterest, facebook or my blog to stay updated on the series news. You also take a glance at the twitter hash tag thread, #ToDieOnce, to follow the conversation among bloggers. Visit the pinterest board to have the story coma alive to you in pictures!

To read the Savvy Saturday Weekly paper, go here.

 

 

 

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