Unrequited (Into Infinity)

I completed it! I finished my fourth and final book for the Into Infinity series! It is FREE today thru April 9th.  Go have a look-see. 🙂 Don’t have a Kindle? No problem, check out the free app on Amazon HERE.


Unrequited (Into Infinity)

I am not going to go into much detail about this one; I kept my intro fairly straight to the point and simple. Something that I have learned in my process of expelling emotions through poetry is that words seem to have their own identity. At times, I feel as though I am only the instrument in which they use to manifest what they want to say to the world – as if, I am their muse. 🙂

In this post, I wanted to share my new book, but I also wanted to say hello! So, Hello! Hello and welcome new followers and for all of you who have been here a while, a grand Hi, to you too! Thank you ALL for your support by reading, liking, sharing, and commenting. (Buying) I am grateful for all of you!

me-la-la-la1This is me Angel(ique).

I am not big on sharing my picture and I have a hard time finding any that seem suitable, but I figured I would share one that showed me just being me.

Feel free to write a review, share, borrow, like, comment what have you. I also, want to give a shout out to all of those who have given me awards or who have left their links. Please go to my pages A Little Sunshine (Award)Much Appreciated Awards!, and About Me to see other great writers that share the blogosphere!


About mindretrofit8

Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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7 Responses to Unrequited (Into Infinity)

  1. Congratulations Angel!

  2. lly1205 says:

    This piqued my interest and I downloaded it – congratulations on publishing, it is something I’d love to do myself one day!


    • Thank you Lily! It has definitely become much easier to publish. I personally, like the self-publishing route because I can still make edits if need be and decide whether it is worth it to create hard copies. I used this series as a learning experience. I am not quite sure what I will do next, but I think of it all as a learning process and to seek ways to improve with each venture. I hope you do publish – I have read several of your posts and enjoy them very much!

      • lly1205 says:

        I hadn’t thought of that aspect of flexibility to self-publishing, it certainly sounds advantageous. Good luck with whatever you decide to do next! And thanks for visiting my blog, I appreciate it 🙂


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