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The Shifting Sands

via The Shifting Sands Reblog! Firstly for the Word of the Day Challenge, and this poem of the all-devouring Shifting Sands (which I believe may have been a metaphor for a part of the mind) based on probably one of my best Noteflight compositions, which you can listen to either below the poem itself (on its… Continue reading The Shifting Sands

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Sorry to bother you, but…

I'm probably going to get quite annoying soon. Or more annoying if you already find me so. In order to receive more royalties for my book sales on Amazon I had to register for Self Assessment with HMRC. If you know about UK tax then you'll know what that means, if you don't know then… Continue reading Sorry to bother you, but…

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Day By Day – released!

It's here! My second collection of poems is now available on Amazon. Every poem and piece of verse I penned (metaphorically, of course - who even uses pens anymore?) throughout 2018. PaperbackUK £9.99US $15.99DE/FR/ES/IT €11.99JP ¥1999 KindleUK £4.99US $5.99IN ₹443DE/FR/ES/IT/NL €5.57JP ¥689BR R$23.59CA 8.49 CADMX $123.27AU $8.92Please note, all prices here are shown exclusive of… Continue reading Day By Day – released!

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A plea for proofreaders

G'day all. I've previously mentioned the plans for my second published collection of writings. Every poem from 2018 will be in there, in the order I wrote them. Obviously the writing is finished, and I believe the formatting is correct as well. Sadly though, I can't include artwork created by my friend. Even without images… Continue reading A plea for proofreaders

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Author Interview – Matt Seeley – “Syndrome” (Contemporary Poetry)

Hey peoples! I really think you should have a look at the interview I did with David Ellis over at toofulltowrite! I talk about my recent book, Syndrome, my inspirations and future plans. Have a read of the interview in full here, then maybe head on over to Amazon to pick up a copy of… Continue reading Author Interview – Matt Seeley – “Syndrome” (Contemporary Poetry)