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By kb eliza

Vignettes of the Possibly Dying

Poetry and Prose – a page a day to inspire your soul.

Vignettes of the Possibly Dying is a collection of spiritual prose and poetry and meditations with a dash of the metaphysical scribed for you. True fiction or parable? You decide for yourself. The story is not linear and a page a day is inspiring readers. 

These vignettes are like coal and diamonds, sand and glass. Maybe you will find a jewel to keep for yourself and let it spark the torch you carry on this long dark night. 

A stunning linen hardcover edition- with a beautiful dust jacket, sketched illustrations along with insights into life, death, love, friendship and quest for what lies beyond; heaven. Also available on Kindle, Nook, Apple, and paperback. 




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Your favourite book in paperback- available September 28th 2021


Companion Journal

Beautiful pages for you to author your reflections, meditations and responses. Just for you.  


Quest of the Possibly Dying

The stories that weave Vignettes into being. Excited? You should be! Coming December 2021

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We love, actually no, we adore Bookshops, so if you would like a copy of Vignettes to read for yourself and you are a keeper of Books in a shop, please email us for a complimentary copy. In fact we love you so much we will put you at the top as a featured Bookshop. Your shelf and window is our dream position! 

Upcoming Events

September- October

Mystery Book Tour

KB is travelling (Covid safe of course) throughout Victoria delivering complimentary copies of Vignettes to special independant book stores. Have we missed you? Register your interest below to get your free copy & a meet and greet.

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