Paperback available now.

I returned from hell a while ago. A new devil has arrived. Arrived after months of waiting. The roads here are again full of people. As usual, they gather wherever they want to. Their gathering is often without reason. Who has got the balls to ask them to go home? I am sitting outside, listening to Debussy, to his fingers cracking down on piano. A soft breeze has wrapped my body. A man gathers all his pain and pours it into his cello and starts playing. So melodious and heartbreaking. Why not break today? Tomorrow might bring something better. Why not break into this melody and flow out of here to somewhere else?

© Copyright 2020 Tomic Riter. All rights reserved.


Hello, dear reader.

My poetry book Dying in Living is now available for purchase in both e-book as well as Paperback format!


In paperback format, the book is available on Amazon in the following marketplaces – USA, UK, SPAIN, GERMANY, ITALY, FRANCE, CANADA AND JAPAN.

Below is the direct link to my book page on Amazon for purchasing Paperback or kindle e-book :-

PAPERBACK ON AMAZON


In e-book format, it is available worldwide on Amazon Kindle Store, Kobo, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, Apple books, Scribd and several other e-book retailers and international libraries.

Below are direct links to purchase e-book from websites of various retailers :-

KOBO E-BOOK STORE.

SMASHWORDS E-BOOK STORE.

BARNES AND NOBLE E-BOOK STORE.


If you are  a PayPal user, you can purchase the e-book directly from this website.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE THE E-BOOK FROM THIS WEBSITE.


For any queries, drop a comment here or send an email at riter.tomic@gmail.com

2 thoughts on “Paperback available now.

  1. Congrats on your book!! I hope it does well! Once I get my vehicle paid off at the end of October I’ll be in a better financial position to actually start spending money. Right now it all goes to bills with nothing left over to eat (otherwise I would buy your book right away)!

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    1. You don’t know how much your words mean to me. They are truly precious, and the best compliment of all that I have ever ever received for my work. Hang in there! Out of seemingly bad times come out damn good stories. Everything will be fine. Don’t you worry about that 🙂 🙂

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