I Don’t Blog a Poem by Christian author Marlene Mesot #PoetryPlace #WordPressWednesday

I Don’t Blog a Poem by Christian author Marlene Mesot #PoetryPlace #WordPressWednesday

I Don’t Blog

(Trident)

by Marlene Mesot

07/08/2021

I don’t blog.

It seems like a bog,

To what I am about.

What can I say,

In another way,

That hasn’t been written about?

Blogging takes time,

Not just in rhyme,

To sort your thoughts out.

Words I do not fudge,

So please do not judge,

What I am talking about.

There is much work,

It is no quirk,

To plan a blog out.

Once this blogging bottle is open,

It keeps on flowing, this notion,

Best to let it sort itself out.

To those bloggers who do,

Your talent is true,

Keep on what you are about!

Christian author Marlene Mesot is a sponsor of Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger, Business Assist) and the Talk to Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing Podcast.

She is also a contributor of The Writer’s Grapevine Magazine and the Sips of Wine from the Grapevine.

She also contributes to the Recovering the Self a Journal of Hope and Healing blog by Ernest Dempsey.

To see more of her work, please keep reading below.

News Nuggets: Marlene Mesot Announces New Release and More

by Marlene Mesot

The Snowball Effect, 4 Elements of Mystery Book 2, now available.

The book cover features a snowball rolling down a steep hill covered in snow. The sky is a bright blue with a few fluffy white clouds hovering above the horizon. There is a gold, glowing cross in the top righthand corner. The title of the book is slanted, following the path of the snowball.

The Purging Fire Audiobook.

The Purging Fire, performed by Timothy G. Little is available in audio as well as print and ebook formats. Timothy expertly brings the story to life. He performed the character voices to perfection as voices are crucial to the story line. You can feel his caring in the narration. On a scale of one to five I give him ten stars!

The Purging Fire Brief Summary:

College student Melissa Sanders, who has vision and hearing loss, seems to be unavoidably present wherever danger threatens. She knows Alex has some dark secret he just won’t share.

As romantic interest sparks, college fire marshal Alex Marcus feels compelled to protect Missy from harm, until a violent misunderstanding breaks their marital engagement. Only then it becomes clear that Melissa has been the arsonist’s target.

Book Jacket Review:

“Love, mystery, suspense and romance all contained in one book! The Purging Fire is a true delight for the undercover detective in all of us! Wonderful work Marlene!” Benita K. Brown author of Elevator 16 YA Christian romance.

The Snowball Effect Brief Summary:

Snowy slopes, chilling behavior and soothsaying encompass this horrorscope in the sequel to The Purging Fire.

Alex and Missy become victims themselves when they try to help their newly found friend sort out the pieces of her confused past. All become engulfed in an avalanche of fear as circumstances turn deadly in The Snowball Effect.

Book Jacket Review:

An enjoyable story with unique circumstances. I like your dialogue. It flows easily. Can’t wait for the next book.

Trish Hubschman,

Author of the Tracy Gayle mystery series

I also have a separate novel titled The Cat Stalker’s Sonnets. This is also a Christian mystery romance.

The Cat Stalker’s Sonnets Brief Summary:

Catrin Lein is trying to begin a home business as answering service owner. As time passes, Cat begins to realize that she is being stalked. Slowly, the past creeps into her present, sending a message of a bleak, and possibly short, future.

Book Jacket Review:

“The Cat Stalker’s Sonnets surprised me in more ways than one! The melodious flow underlined with a mysterious edge kept me completely enthralled. This page turner will captivate and enchant all who delve into its pages.”

Rachel Loepker author of Bleeding Ink: Finding Purpose YA fantasy

I also have a poetry chapbook out in print and ebook titled Edgy Poetry. This is a food for thought piece which I have cited as not for bedtime reading.

If you share my passion for mystery, I hope you will visit my website at: http://www.marlsmenagerie.com

Thanks so much for reading. I love hearing from readers, please email me at: marl.mesot@gmail.com

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