An Error Made Right

In looking through my emails and subscribers, I noticed a big discrepancy. I promised my poetry e-book Christmas & Easter Like That to anyone who subscribed but I don't have email addresses to send some of them.If you have subscribed and want this lovely e-book please use this link and send me your email address … Continue reading An Error Made Right

Mission Possible

National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo is in full swing! This is a challenge to write 50,000 words of a new manuscript in the month of November. Some writers modify this challenge to finish novels or even several projects. This is my intent this year. I have two novels that need finishing (I hope for … Continue reading Mission Possible

A Halloween Haunting

I accepted a challenge to write thirteen poems for Halloween. Not my normal, but fun anyway. Here is the second of two promised to you.A Halloween Haunting ~ Kaci Riney (C) 2022Lightning flashed, the crypts displayedAs two strolled where dead were laidPausing where the friends they knewRested there, graves stones askewBut tonight the gatheringUnalive yet, … Continue reading A Halloween Haunting

Chasing Love Review

A great book review for Chasing Love! Hop over to my store and purchase your copy today! From the very start, Kaci presents the poetic picture of the fickle nature of love.  Running uphill toward who-knows-what over the horizon.  Her preface described her journey with poetry forms - an integral hook for the reader, creating … Continue reading Chasing Love Review

Haunting Poems

As Halloween approaches, I've been writing scary poems - really not my norm, but it's fun. I thought to share one not so scary this week and maybe a scary one for next week. Hope you enjoy! Dying Dwelling ~ Kaci Rigney (c) 2022the old house sighs,the ghosts have flown.with ghosties goneand all aloneit rests … Continue reading Haunting Poems

Favorite Poetry

  Poetry is my thing these days. I’ve been on a poetry kick for a long time, both reading and writing. Looking to the greats to glean from their style, use of language, and poetic form, I have several old poetry books which I peruse. My favorite poem is “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. … Continue reading Favorite Poetry