They say death and taxes
are certainties. I say
my love for you
will last through
the afterlife.

ยฉ Sarah Doughty


63 thoughts on “Afterlife”

  1. Hi Sarah, I keep meaning (and will!) download your books to read. What would you suggest is a good place to start? ๐Ÿ™‚ Keep it coming – your work is wonderful. I love the gritty yet magical undertones in all of it.

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    1. That’s a good question. If you want to read poetry, that one is easy since I only have one out right now: The Silence Between Moonbeams. As far as my fiction, head over to my Earthen Witch page (under My Books) and it’ll break down the reading order for you. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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      1. I think eternal love would be the most powerful love of all. Could you imagine if you lived several lifetimes (even via reincarnation) and every life time you fell in love with the same soul?

        That’d be amazing! Like, your love was so powerful, you couldn’t help but fall in love with the same soul again and again. This of course is only beautiful if the other soul does the same, so you aren’t a psycho stalker lol. Xp

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      1. You always have a way to make other feel good…….love your nature,attitude…..and love your words ,poems…..Sarah what is best way to publish because in India it is just so corrupted that we need to pay them lots to get a book publish…..is there a way you know or can suggest…..how many poems should a book have to be published…..I really need to somehow do something to get out of some difficulties caused for not having finance …….sorry for asking lots

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      2. Poetry books can be basically any length. My first one was around 50 pieces. Some do 250. It just depends on how much you want to put in it. In terms of publishing, I live in America, so I don’t know if you can use Smashwords or Amazon’s services to publish yourself, but you should look into it. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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