Update: Patchwork Narrative

If you’ve been paying attention to me on Social Media, you may have noticed that I released a little project of mine out into the wild last night.

That is to say, I’ve released a book of poetry, arranged to tell a story of love and experience, loss, and a slow descent into madness and alcoholism. Patchwork Narrative, by Tyler Yoder, is currently exclusively available through Amazon.com, for Kindle and other e-devices. After ninety days, you’ll be able to find it elsewhere for download; I’m currently wrestling with the various print options. As soon as physical copies are available, you can absolutely count on me to tell you about it. There are a few people who still are to receive the first edition, which is hand-bound, and those are still being made, but they will be limited to those who have already purchased/won them. If you are one of those, please be patient; there are a few technical difficulties associated with making them, and they take a long time.

At any rate, Patchwork Narrative! Available! Here! Please buy it?

Patchwork Narrative

About Ty DeLyte

Madame DeLyte has suffered a grave disappointment - YET AGAIN - and still believes that freedom, beauty, and truth are what's valuable, rather than vulgar cash. He'd add love to that list - but, well, what can he say about love?
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4 Responses to Update: Patchwork Narrative

  1. Tyler J. Yoder says:

    THERE IS TOTALLY A REVIEW OF MY BOOK ON THE INTERNET, Y’all. Okay, it’s written by a friend of mine, but it EXISTS. HO. LY. CRAP.

  2. ekgo says:

    Yeah, you know what? There would be MORE reviews if you put this up on Goodreads.
    If you can’t, give it to me (email me the cover art and I’ll take care of it) (the.ericai@gmail.com) and I’ll put it up for you.

  3. ekgo says:

    Now I feel very attached to this post!
    I did buy the book. Twice. Once, so I could put a copy in our library. It’s been checked-out, by the way.
    I cataloged it, too, and now it’s in the national library database.
    I feel like I went above and beyond in answering the “Please buy it?” request. I am going to be all puffed-up, now, for about ten minutes until I forget why I was so full of self-importance.

    • You absolutely did, darling. You really helped me figure out a lot of the process, and you gave a lot of support and encouragement right when I needed it. <3<3<3 If I didn't thank you before, seriously, I am very grateful!

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