B. L. Bruce’s “28 Days of Solitude” Re-released

Life in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic got me thinking of the time I spent 28 days in a small cabin in the remote forests of Northern California. I wrote about my time there, reflecting on the writing process, in my short memoir “28 Days of Solitude.”

Check out the newly refreshed edition, available now on Amazon. 

28 Days of Solitude

A Memoir

B. L. Bruce

Award-winning author of The Weight of Snow and The Starling’s Song


“A wonderfully intimate view of one writer’s thoughts—a month-long collection of insights and asides about what it means to be an artist, to be a creator, to be sensitive to the world, and to have an insatiable desire to share these things through the written word.”


Written during her twenty-eight-day stay in a small cabin in the remote mountain forests of Northern California, author B. L. Bruce chronicles the daily life of a writer at work. In the wake of her award-winning poetry collection, The Weight of Snow28 Days of Solitude moves the focus away from the creative work and toward the often-overlooked creator.

Offering insights into her personal thoughts of the craft and its importance in her life before and during her residency, Bruce’s memoir aims to give readers a glimpse into the psyche of a writer.

For more information, visit http://www.blackswiftpress.com/28-days-of-solitude

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