For about two thousand years, people have been writing palindromes. Consequently, people have publishing books of the same old palindromes for about seventy years. That’s about to change, with the publication of palindrome books by author Ray N. Franklin. All links are affiliate links.
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Learn more about Cia in our book of all new and original palindromes. Our members wrote every one of these gems from 1 September 2020 to 30 June 2021. The compositions range from the absurd to the sublime. But this collection is so much more than a list of palindromes. On every symmetrical entry the author explains their inspiration and explores the meaning behind the composition. Available now on Amazon.com.
The newest palindrome books entry is How To Write Great Palindromes. This ebook is short and compact, but long on tips. The ebook brims with insights. They help compose a palindrome that moves beyond the ordinary into artistic greatness.
Written for both beginners and experienced writers, the first two chapters detail the nature of a palindrome. Then, in chapter three, learn how to use the four-step method. The Method comes to life in examples that highlight the art of composition.
Every palindrome grows from a single word in each example. From the first word to the last, the book plants signposts leading to the destination. Learn the advantages of a wandering mind, of random inspiration, and of allowing subconscious influence on the artistic process through intuition.
At each step, Franklin reveals his inner thoughts, because that’s how experience connects to a palindrome through word associations. He explains what he intended and where inspiration called for a sharp left turn. Every decision and twist gets its due in these lengthy examples. The end result is always an inspiration for readers. It’s an invitation to join the fray and write palindromes the world has never before seen. Available now on Amazon.