The End of a Recycled Cycle

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As we move into the Aquarian Age, is anyone else noticing the state of the world and comparing it to the “historical records” that we have access to? Nothing will be as it was, and nothing is as it was nor will it ever be. This fascinates the shit out of me.

As we move to within a month of my next chapbook’s release date, I again find myself at crunch time rushing to put it all to the manuscript file and getting it sent off to be edited. Seems I expect different results yet reluctantly I refuse to change my approach to reach said results. Mankind’s approach to the changing of the ages appears so scarily familiar to my approach to publishing/writing…chaotic.

Welcome to history being made on all fronts, in our world, our lives, our world. How do we preserve our mark upon these pages? Is it really necessary that we do so? Yet who strives to not be remembered? We all want to reflect back like our lives mattered, that we were important, and in some rights, yes, we all individually mattered, we are the building blocks of the overall picture. Still we all at some point in our minuscule lives dream of being at the top, at being the best, at being cherished and eternalized in the pages of history.

My contribution will be deleted when I can no longer afford to dream or the world chooses to no longer purchase my works and in turn they become unnecessary and redundant. Well before we reach that point, which I am certain is very probable, I carry the hope that I can circulate enough of my words that maybe they reach the ears and eyes they need to. I would be lying if I said I didn’t hope each poem published or collection published wouldn’t be that breakthrough I am needing and praying for.

21 Reasons/Lies in my opinion is my better work of the works put forth thus far, at least commercially. Therein lies the issue, money. If I could afford to market it better the sales would come easily and automatically, but that isn’t the situation the manuscript gets born into. Thus, I have to depend upon the ones that my minuscule marketing reaches to purchase the book, then review it where it’s sold and on social media in hopes of possibly getting the next wave to do the same and so forth.

So again I will require the assistance of everyone. 21 Reasons/Lies is available as a preorder ebook on amazon, support this guy with a dream in his eyes and get it out of the way early and reserve some good reading for your kindle. Another great option would be to help me with my marketing and sign up for a free copy of the ebook in exchange for a written review or purchase a t-shirt or coffee mug or magnet or sticker to wear and/or place around to help bring awareness to and to advertise the book.

I am still needing lots of reviews of all my three previous releases, you can purchase copies at these links: A Footnote for Tomorrow, Ghost in the Reflection-Letters to Erin, and Valedictorian of the Bottom-Feeders. As always thank you all for your time and support. Here’s to looking forward to a great year in 2021 with all you all!

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James (Jim) Miller was born in the late 1970s in a rural, little, northern Indiana farm community. He grew up between Indiana, Florida and a short stint in the New York area. He attended Vincennes University (Indiana) where he majored in English-Creative Writing, Journalism and Music-Audio Recording. During his time as a student, he held an editor position for 4 semesters at the university newspaper, The Trailblazer. James is a lifelong writer, a lover of new experiences, people and travel. Currently, he is employed as an auto factory assembly worker and part-time cook in Indiana. A couple of earlier poems of his were published in The Tecumseh Review (Vincennes University) in 2000 and various anthologies between 1997 and 2000. He releases a regular poetry series "Ghost in the Reflection" every other week on Channillo.com and on April 20th, 2019, his debut solo collection "A Footnote for Tomorrow" released and remains available for purchase.
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