Are you new to crafting syllabic poetry and don't know how to start? Let me show you two syllabic poetry forms to get you started on your poetry writing journey now... Let's start with an American form, the Crapsey Cinquain. The Crapsey Cinquain is a five-line, non-rhyming poem featuring a syllable structure of 2-4-6-8-2. Choose words … Continue reading How to Start Crafting Syllabic Poetry
For the last month, I've teased you on the Tanka Tuesday challenges with some big news coming! Happy May Day! Word Weaving began as a creative experiment between two poetic friends, Colleen Chesebro and JulesPaige, birthed from our combined love for writing syllabic poetry on Word Craft: Prose & Poetry at wordcraftpoetry.com. Those Tanka Tuesday poetry … Continue reading Introducing… Word Weaving—A Word Craft Journal of Syllabic Verse
I'm thrilled to announce the release of "Poetry Treasures," a collection of poetry from the poet/author guests of Robbie Cheadle on the "Treasuring Poetry" blog series on Writing to be Read in 2020. Open the book and discover the poetry treasures of Sue Vincent (Author), Geoff Le Pard (Author), Frank Prem (Author), Victoria Zigler (Author), Colleen M. Chesebro (Author), K. Morris (Author), Annette Rochelle Aben (Author), Jude Kirya Itakali (Author), and Roberta Eaton … Continue reading New RELEASE: “Poetry Treasures”
It's time to notify our readers of the changes coming to the Sisters of the Fey blog. In the months ahead, you will see the blog and the posts migrating to the personal blogs of the authors. Once that process is complete, this blog will cease to exist. The Sisters of the Fey blog began … Continue reading A Message From the Sisters of the Fey…
I had a spooky time at Teri Polen’s blog today featuring in her #BadMoonRising October Spooktacular. Stop by and say hello! ❤
Today’s author is a familiar face to many of you – maybe it’s from her poems and weekly poetry challenges, her author interviews, or her Carrot Ranch writing challenges. If you own a rocking horse, many of you may be pushing them to the curb after reading this interview. Welcome Colleen M. Chesebro!
Vampires, ghosts, werewolves, or zombies – which would you least want to meet in a dark alley?
I would have to say that I would be terrified to meet a zombie in a dark alley. There’s just something about the zombies that makes my skin crawl!
Think about it… zombies are reawakened corpses who become human eating machines. And once you’re a zombie all you want to do is bite someone else, so you can infect another person with the same virus that made you a zombie. It’s a terrifying proposition. A chance meeting with a zombie…
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HAPPY SUMMER SOLSTICE! I've planned this day out in my mind for over a year... Today, as a tribute to the Summer Solstice, my first book of poetry and short stories has become a reality. Fairies, Myths, & Magic ~ A Summer Celebration is now available on Amazon. From June 21st through June 27th, this book … Continue reading Happy Summer Solstice: Fairies, Myths, & Magic ~ A Summer Celebration Available NOW!
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne, an awarding winning children's author, kindly featured me on her blog where I could discuss my motivation in writing about the swamp fairies. Many thanks to Deanie for a great time! ❤ Enjoy! Source: Thoughts and Ideas from Deanie Humphrys-Dunne: The Heart Stone Chronicles by Colleen Chesebro
I am honored to be a part of Sally’s Bookcase on her blog. If you are looking for a book to read, this is the place to come. ❤
Welcome to the first of the 2017 Book Promotions here on Smorgasbord.. New on the Shelves is for authors who are not already in the Cafe and Bookstore offering an opportunity to get to know the author and their work in more detail.
Delighted to showcase the debut YA Fantasy novel – The Heart Stone Chronicles – The Swamp Fairy by Colleen M. Chesebro. As you will see Colleen has come up with a wonderful way to add sparkle to the launch of her book with a specially commissioned piece of jewellery by Irene Design.
About the book
Fourteen-year-old Abigale Forester, recently orphaned and a ward of the State of Illinois moves from Chicago to Florida to live with her aunt, her last living relative. Magnolia Forester becomes her legal Guardian, and together they claim an ancient inheritance; land that belonged to Abby’s mother’s family for generations.
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