The Slave-Girl and the Stars

Regan Nicole, of Lipstick Lesbian Reviews, who very kindly reviewed Alyth: Witch on Fire and, briefly, An Aromantic Romance and other tales (see A Lipstick Lesbian’s Reviews) has now also reviewed The Slave-Girl and the Vampire – thanks Regan!

I’m so happy to see pretty red stars next to that title, especially since I’ve now written a sequel (see Serpent in Eden).

Since I’m in such a good mood, let me segue into this daft little nursery rhyme:

Twinkle, twinkle, stellar orb
How I do your light absorb
Using chlorophyll I feed
Binding carbon for my need
Every day I greet the dawn
Joyous that you are reborn

About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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One Response to The Slave-Girl and the Stars

  1. Regan Nicole says:

    You are welcome! Thank you for the opportunity- I loved it!

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