Tag: ronniefstrong

Sex and other truths

out now, in paperback only. Available through Amazon and other good bookstores https://www.amazon.com/Sex-other-truths-desire-haiku/dp/0994336691 https://www.bookdepository.com/Sex-Other-Truths-Ronnie-F-Strong/9780994336668 https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/sex-and-other-truths-ronnie-f-strong/1128800465 A collection of Ronnie Strong’s most liked haiku on the themes of desire, love and life. This is a selection of erotic and poignant poems for sensual adults. These haiku examine the moods, thoughts and feelings aroused by our erotic nature. Ronnie invites you to join in this investigation, … Read More Sex and other truths

erotica

hold onto your hats erotica for adults by Ronnie F Strong   haiku copyright 2017 Ronnie F Strong licensed image by palinchak – yayimages.com

New cover for The Laundromat

Thanks to The Cover Collection I now have a wonderful new cover for The Laundromat. I really liked the original image and had not planned on changing it. Last week I clicked on a tweet link and came across this striking image. I knew at once I had to have it for my story. The bubbles are stars and the shining light is the thread … Read More New cover for The Laundromat

Silhouette

Spread your bared boughs wide In silhouette on blue sky Past grey reflection

Untangled webs

I want to write a short story inspired by this photo from a favourite photographer of mine, Coka. I will one day, but not today. The cover image for my novel The laundromat is also the work of Coka (linked).

2.00 am haiku

Last night I was woken by a dream with an accompanying nearly fully formed haiku in my head. I had to wake up properly and write it down. One thought led to another and I found myself having to compose another. Because these first thoughts were a little dark I reminded myself that my day job is writing erotica leading to a third piece. … Read More 2.00 am haiku

self preservation

Rise disappointment Eros lost fades to nothing Hollow empty space

erotica writer as a young boy

This is me at five years of age, it explains a lot