Author Spotlight
Steve Garrett: poetic words from Wales
Roar Emotions By Steve Garrett
eBook (ePub): $1.87
I try to write poems which have something to say about our challenging times, covering some ‘big issues’ (including issues of the heart, of course) but always aiming to entertain and... More > intrigue. I’m still hopeful, despite life’s many paradoxes and disappointments, and inspired by the belief that insightful words can help us know and appreciate each other better.< Less
Left Luggage By Steve Garrett
eBook (ePub): $1.88
A new collection of poems, inspired by the heart's journey, with all its unexpected diversions and destinations. Love may not always be easy, but it's never boring. I can only hope the same can be... More > said about my writing.< Less
Bloke-abulary: Poetry with Attitude! By Steve Garrett
eBook (ePub): $2.47
Writing poetry is something that helps me respond to all kinds of experiences I’ve been inspired or p*ssed off by. I’m dedicating this collection of ‘poems with attitude’ to... More > men who maybe haven’t had much interest in poetry before. None are meant to be taken too seriously, but I’m trying to share something I’ve learned about life, and about myself, underneath the smiles or tears. The main thing is to enjoy them, so the best approach to this little book, as with life (and sometimes with love) is: ‘Suck it and see’!< Less
Eat My Words! By Steve Garrett
eBook (ePub): $1.27
Steve lives in Cardiff and writes poems for our challenging times. His writing covers some ‘big issues’, from global warming to relationships, with a humorous touch, aiming to entertain... More > and intrigue. Steve’s wry observations of life and love are wary but not cynical – still hopeful, despite life’s many paradoxes and disappointments, and inspired by the belief that insightful words can help us know and appreciate each other better.< Less
Poemography: Lines from the Sensual Side of Life By Steve Garrett
eBook (ePub): $4.20
A collection of often tongue-in-cheek and erotic poems dedicated to “all lovers, and all who have been loved”. Welsh writer Carole Burns calls them: “a luscious entwining of food... More > and body, hunger and lust”. Some are humourous love poems to Steve’s favourite vegetables…but as a whole the poems cover a wide range of emotions and experiences relating to the joys and challenges of intimacy.< Less