Category Archives: Uvi Poznansky

Lyrical Uvi Poznansky

Uvi Poznansky is a bestselling, award-winning author, poet and artist. “I paint with my pen,” she says, “and write with my paintbrush.” Introducing a collection of her best selling books now on audio!

 

 

 

 

The David Chronicles – Uvi Poznansky

The David Chronicles – Uvi Poznansky

A reblog from Uvi Poznansky’s Blog   About my trilogy, The David Chronicles David is a character that has been fascinating me all my life. My new trilogy, The David Chronicles, is in his voice. It is the story of David as you have never heard it before: from the king himself, telling the unofficial version,… Continue Reading

Fun and Fast Interview and Giveaway with Uvi Poznansky

Fun and Fast Interview and Giveaway with Uvi Poznansky

From Uvi – I am honored to be interviewed on Tabitha Barret’s website, where I also offer a giveaway prize. She was curious to know Why should readers buy my book? To which I said: Regardless of genre, books can do one of two things: they can let you escape from reality, or they can… Continue Reading

Giveaway! Claim your book: The Wrong Girl

Giveaway! Claim your book: The Wrong Girl

Giveaway! Claim your book: The Wrong Girl The Wrong Girl offers samples from books in the Still Life with Memories series. These samples give a taste not of Natasha (the girl Lenny loves) but rather of another woman, Lana, who appears time and again, in several scenes in the books. She is flirtatious enough to… Continue Reading

Celebrate Love with My Author Friends

From Uvi’s Blog My author friends have joined forces with me! Just ahead of the holiday season, we bring you an amazing collection of stories Love in Times of War Click the profile image or the name of each one of us to learn more about our work Then go to Celebrate Love And join… Continue Reading

Would it Last Till Winter?

From Uvi’s Blog   I wondered if we would still be walking together in the snow.   “I wanted to be the first to get to you, before the wolves started to circle,” he said. Not familiar with that reference, it sounded ominous and negative. We walked down Outer Drive toward my house, me silent,… Continue Reading