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A little about my books September 8, 2013

In the last few months I have published a couple books. One, entitled “Sully Street” I started back in the fall of 2011. The other, entitled, “Ready, Set, Poetry” was just recently released August of summer 2013.

You can find both books for purchase in either paperback or digital formats at the following link:

http://www.amazon.com/D.-P.-Lyons/e/B0034PYDRE/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1

I want to thank all of you who have supported me with your purchases already. I really appreciate it and hope you have enjoyed the books.

I am currently working on another novel, which you could call the sequel to Sully Street. I am hoping that it will be ready for publication sometime in the first half of 2014.

I am also working on countless other projects. Blog entries, short stories, poetry, and plan to start work on a story that is based on another short story I wrote about some of my earlier experiences of becoming blind.

I love to write, and usually find myself writing about my love of family and friends. These experiences are the staples of who I am, where I have come from, and where I may be heading to. My passions lie within that familiar noise of the keys popping underneath my fingers.

I will try to keep this site updated with the current additions of my writings, and as long as I keep on writing, this site will keep going.

Thanks again, and stay happy, healthy and warm.

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One Response to “A little about my books”

  1. Bruce Palmer Says:

    Looking forward to the sequel to Sully Street. I enjoyed reading Sully Street.


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