Ms Haiku, Freya Pickard

I know I’m meant to be having a digital detox, but I couldn’t go off line without reblogging this! have a read and tell me what you think!

Jane Dougherty Writes

The weekend promotion slot starts here with a little cameo performance from Freya Pickard. I came across Freya through her haiku blog on which she showcases haiku poets and their poetry, with periodic themed calls for submissions. As well as promoting poets, Freya is a poet in her own right, and she also writes novels. She has sent me such a tiny author pic it says a lot about the difficulty many of us have about shouting our own praise.


As Freya says “It’s hard promoting yourself, isn’t it?” So let’s start with the biggie, The Essence of Thyme.

Here’s the blurb.

An oblique re-telling of Sleeping Beauty, The Essence of Thyme allows Parsley the limelight (for once)  as she pursues her dream of finding a handsome prince and true love. But messages from Merlin come in the form of riddles. Just who is this mysterious Nimue? Why has…

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8 Comments on “Ms Haiku, Freya Pickard”

  1. Wonderful to read this spotlight on you, Freya! So well deserved! I love that you are taking the reins on life and “publishing everything I have ever written” – I love your determination and positive energy!! ♥

  2. Libby Says:

    Excellent promotion for you and well deserved.

  3. Claudia Says:

    This is a great promotion, I loved the way your work has been presented… and the title “Ms Haiku” too!

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