RonovanWrites 82nd #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry #Poet #Links

Well, you’ll notice the sad state of the Review this week. The reason? A father practicing a rousing game of catch before the upcoming baseball tryouts with his son. A very HARD thrown ball hitting of the glove reaching across the body … from that point onward, it is not certain if the ball went directly into my eye or hit a fence then went into my eye. However, reading is difficult and holding an ice-pack on the eye makes typing difficult. But two awesome things … 1) My son can throw one heck of a fast ball, and 2) All I yelled out was a yell and a Oh Gosh. I was quite proud of myself that my habit of no use of profanity in my language usage came through in that moment. My son was happy too, after he was assured I would survive.

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I thank all of you again, for understanding that I normally save my comments for the review and not always on your blog post. I am attempting to work toward doing both, but I forget sometimes.

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Ronovan Hester is an author, with his debut historical adventure novel Amber Wake: Gabriel Falling now available for Pre-Order:

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He shares his life through his blog His love of poetry, authors and community through his online world has lead to the creation of a site dedicated to book reviews, interviews and author resources known as

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22 thoughts on “RonovanWrites 82nd #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry #Poet #Links

  1. Oh my, am so sorry about your eye and hope it gets better soon. Truly parenting can be dangerous! I don’t know how you do it all and yet have the time to write yourself! Have a great week ahead!


  2. Grab the apple cider vinegar and bathe that eye… well, the skin around it of course, getting it into the eye will smart a bit. Thanks for pulling this together so we can enjoy each other’s work! 🙂

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  3. Ouch, hope it feels better soon. Not sure what you mean about the review layout as all I am seeing is a list of links (not in categories as comments on the link to the survey suggests). Am I missing something?


    • 🙂 It turned out to be more of a thing than I thought. Each one did have a number next to it in the post editor so you could see them easily and individually, but that didn’t come out on the actual post. There were over 60 entries this week.


  4. OUCH! That must have hurt! I’m happy your son has a mean fast ball but I’m sad you had to find out the hard way. I hope you’re feeling better, if not, feel better soon. Thanks for the review. 🙂


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