One of my poems has been given recognised status.I am extremely chuffed. Thank you to all my reviewers
March 24, 2013 at 3:39AM
Linda Lee: Hey Brian--you left me a message a while ago about the basic editor not doing italics. If you put this: at the start of the word you want in italics and this: at the end of that word, it will do it for you. Just a helpful (hopefully) FYI. Take care :)
Linda Lee: Let me try this again. At the start of the word or phrase you do this: (shift comma) for the 'lesser than' bracket then type the letters em, then (shift period) for the 'greater than' bracket.
At the end of what you want in italics you do exactly the same except: (shift comma) then (/) then (shift period).
Sorry this box is html so it won't allow me to show you the code for it in simple terms.
In God's Pen
author Harry C. Smith shares his hope for enlightenment and compassion through his powerful testament that exudes with personal conviction regarding alcohol and cigarette addition and his evocative poems that tell of struggle and hope from pain and distress: To experience this avant-garde work can purchase "God's Pen" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Books A Million or Barnes and Noble.
River of Dan
is a science fiction novel that defines homo sapiens deep seated explorer spirit when confronted by a dying sun four and a half billion years from now, recreating the pioneering spirit brought about by the challenging environment they find themselves in and the will to survive. It follows these future earthlings as they finally break the bonds of science that had kept them in their own solar system, allowing travel to distant worlds light years away, seeking for a new home