Book Review

Ephemeral Elegies – Latest Archives

Ephemeral Elegies is still going strong! Here are last month’s amazing poems:

September 2022

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Submissions are always open! If you’re a poet and you’d like to be featured, check out the Submissions Page and send something our way!

Thanks for reading,

Tiffany

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New Book Update!

I have really exciting news that I’m finally able to share! I have received a publishing contract for my second book: Crooked! This is the start of a new series and is not a sequel to Suburban Secrets. World Castle Publishing has been great to work with so far, and I’m excited to see where this project goes! Here is the official cover art:

We are still in the editing stages, so we don’t have a release date yet, but I’m hoping for sometime in 2023. I think I’ll leave you with a little teaser – the official description of my new thriller:

After hacker Vivienne Steele is caught by the FBI, she is given an ultimatum – go undercover to infiltrate a corrupt corporation or spend 15 years in jail. With nothing to lose, Vivienne accepts and is thrown into a world of lies and deception where the line between good and evil is constantly blurred. When a series of mysterious text messages threaten to expose her, she sets out to discover the truth for herself and finds that the life she ran away from years ago may not be as far away as she’d hoped.

Thanks so much for reading, and stay tuned for more developments on this project!

-Tiffany Renee Harmon

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Summertime Book Reveal!

I haven’t been around much this summer – there’s something about this season that really encourages me to stay busy and I rarely stop to reflect or blog. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been writing. In fact, I’m pleased to announce that my second book should be out by the end of the year! It’s a work of romantic suspense, which is a big departure for me, but I’m really proud of it and can’t wait to share! In the meantime, enjoy my latest painting…

Thanks for reading!

XO – Tiffany

Poetry Review

April 2022 Ephemeral Elegies Roundup

We had 4 more great poems published over at Ephemeral Elegies in April, so I wanted to share them here:

It’s always a joy to meet new poets and reconnect with ones we’ve previously published!

I hope you enjoy experiencing these poems!

-Tiffany

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Poetry Roundup!

February and March were great months over at Ephemeral Elegies! We were able to publish so many great poets from around the world, and I wanted to share the links here:

March 2022

February 2022

If you’re a poet looking for a home for your work, we’re always accepting submissions!

Thanks for reading!

-Tiffany

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Greetings from Krampus – Now Available!

Since it’s unseasonably cold out right now, it seems appropriate to share the news that my short story “Greetings from Krampus” is now available to read at The Chamber Magazine! If you choose to give it a read, I hope you enjoy it!

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Stay tuned for more updates! Later this month, my short story “I Drown Each Time” will debut on Fiction on the Web, and then later this year my short story “A World Without Magic” will be up on CafeLit.

Thanks for reading!

-Tiffany

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Publishing Update: 2 New Stories in April!

I have some exciting news! Two more of my stories have been accepted by publishers and will be available in April!

On April 1st, my short story, “Greetings from Krampus” will be published in the The Chamber Magazine. Yes, it’s technically Christmas-themed horror which I think makes it perfect for an April Fool’s Day launch! Then on April 18th, my magical realism short story, “I Drown Each Time” will debut on Fiction on the Web.

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I’ll post links to the stories once they’re available online, but I was excited and wanted to share!

Thanks for reading,

Tiffany

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The Necklace – New Published Poem

A new poem of mine is officially available! “The Necklace” was just published by The Curator Magazine, so I wanted to share it!

Thanks for reading!

-Tiffany

P.S. I have additional exciting news – more of my poetry has been accepted into the SOS Art Cincinnati For a Better World 2022 Anthology. I’ll release more details in the spring closer to the anthology’s publication date.

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