A great mention for Chasing Fireflies: A Haiku Collection in the LA Times:
“So, you got a new iPad for Christmas? Congratulations! You’ve totally been wanting one of those. But you also may be feeling overwhelmed. Your new iPad can be a digital recording studio, an alarm clock, and it can help you study for the Bar exam. So where is an iPad novice to begin? . . .
3.Explore iBooks: This is another app that comes preloaded on the iPad. According to Apple, there are 700,000 titles in the store. Again, don’t panic. Either search for a book you’ve been wanting to read or check out the best-seller lists if you don’t know where to start. Publisher’s Weekly just gave a great review to a poetry book app called Chasing Fireflies: A Haiku Collection. A lot of people love Penguin’s Amplified ebook series version of Jack Kerouac’s ‘On the Road.’ Our three-year-old can’t get enough of ‘The Monster at the End of This Book’ and ‘Miss Spider’s Tea Party.’”
Read more here: LA Times