Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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Hurricane Vignette by Avery Kilpatrick - Cover Reveal + Giveaway



Hurricane Vignette

Avery Kilpatrick


Genre: Poetry, Inspirational, Women Poets
Publisher: Avery Kilpatrick

Date of Publication: June 18, 2020
ASIN: B088KTYWPS
Number of pages: 64 pages
Word Count: 4,354

Cover Artist: Anna Claire Garrard

Book Description:


From debut poet and author Avery
Kilpatrick, Hurricane Vignette tells the story of a difficult time in her
life—a time of struggle, depression, suicide, recovery, and triumph. This
poetry collection is a personal diary of Kilpatrick’s most inner thoughts and
her journey of healing.


These poems are filled with raw
emotion and contain sensitive subjects such as suicide, depression, and
anxiety. However, like most stories, there is a happy ending—a moment of
clarity that evokes peace and victory over the chaos of life.



About the Author:


Avery Kilpatrick was born in Flowood, Mississippi, in April 1996. Raised in a small town in the Mississippi Delta, she has a fondness for nature and the cotton fields that create Southern snow pastures in the fall. After writing her first novel when she was thirteen,
Avery decided to pursue her dream as an author at a young age.


An alumnus of Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi, Avery graduated with a Bachelor’s in English. She also worked on the student-run newspaper, The Delta Statement,
during her four-year career at Delta State as copy-editor and Editor-in-Chief.


Avery currently lives in a ranch-style home in her hometown in Greenwood, Mississippi. The mother of three fur babies, Cinnamon the spoiled cat, Ginger the rambunctious old lady, and
Remington a.k.a. Remi the service dog, Avery has enough fur from shedding
animals to make a fourth pet. When Avery isn’t busy writing her next novel, she
goes on walks with her mother and dogs, watches Outlander or Criminal Minds on
Netflix, or can be found curled up on the couch with Cinnamon reading a good book.









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2 comments:

  1. Thank you posting! I love the cover (though I might be biased) as it tells the story within the poetry collection. I can't wait for release day when people can start reading it! ~Avery Kilpatrick

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