All Around the Sun

All Around the Sun
Shamsa Abbas (Author)

Divided into four parts, All Around the Sun is a compilation of thoughts expressed in the form of poetry. It’s for all those relentlessly digging deep into their minds and hearts, merely wanting to turn feelings into words. Conveying a beautiful transformation of emotions into similes and metaphors, from loving and hurting to purely feeling and hoping…..Read More

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All Around the Sun
Shamsa Abbas (Author)

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The Cracks Beneath Me

The Cracks Beneath Me
Idelis Llenas (Author)

The Cracks Beneath Me is a collection of poetry and prose about the survival of abuse in various forms. This collection is rooted in the emotional roller coaster of finding your way back to self-love and loving others when all…Read More

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The Cracks Beneath Me
Idelis Llenas (Author)
ASIN: B07DD7YPLW

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Epic Sloth: Tales of the Long Crawl by Philip Gaber

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Philip Gaber (Author)
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Epic Sloth: Tales of the Long Crawl by Philip Gaber makes a quick, but compelling, read. Written from the heart, Epic Sloth chronicles the life of a writer bogged down by the nuances of everyday life.

“What do you want to do for the rest of your life?” This is one question the protagonist is asked, and a question he dreads. He grapples with the possibility that his life might be plot-less, meaningless. Epic Sloth is about his journey through life and finally his triumphs. Through close but thoughtful narration, as well as intricate detail, Epic Sloth tells a moving story about an artist searching for his purpose his life. The characters in Epic Sloth are nothing short of interesting. Each character has their own quirks, idiosyncrasies, personalities. Together, they form a realistic, intriguing story that entertains.

Artistic individuals will relate closely to the dear protagonist of Epic Sloth and his dilemmas. They will laugh at his sharp humor, be imbibed by his wisdom and be moved by his depth of emotion. Readers will find themselves invested in the protagonist and the crisply written episodes of his life, so much so that they will turn page after page. Readers who dream of accomplishing more in life will no doubt be inspired by Epic Sloth. Readers who yearn to break out from normalcy and achieve something great will adore it. Gaber has woven poetry and prose with elegance and style, forming a seamless story readers of good literature will enjoy. Language is clear and succinct, and conveys the philosophical messages constructing this intelligent story with utmost excellence. Readers will enjoy interpreting Epic Sloth and in so doing enrich their personal lives.

All in all, Epic Sloth: Tales of the Long Crawl is worth a read, and a second read, and a third. Thought-provoking, meaningful and refreshing, Epic Sloth deserves a treasured spot on your bookshelf. – GoodbooksToday.com Reviews

Epic Sloth: Tales of the Long Crawl
Philip Gaber (Author)
ISBN: 978-0615726489

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“On A Poetic Life”: Essays in Rhyme

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Mr. Arnold P. Abbott (Author)


Arnold Abbott’s book, On A Poetic Life: Biographic Essays in Rhyme features almost episodic short stories within the artfully written poems presented. Eloquent and extremely profound, the author often uses more light hearted imagery to push forth what he is trying to say, yet at other times pulls no punches and instead tells the concept quite bluntly. On A Poetic Life is a very personal work, yet it speaks to generations of readers. Those interested in politics, current events, human rights activists, history and civil rights should pick this book up for a read. Sincere, intelligent, thought provoking and unapologetic, Abbott still manages to delicately put some of the harsher concepts of the world onto paper.

Poetry is being used here in a brilliant way, for as a medium, it is not so overbearing or droning a read as the average book on the same material might be. It keeps the concepts easy to digest and flowing, while allowing the reader plenty of space to put in a bookmark without feeling disjointed upon picking it up again later. As much as the author speaks of the darker aspects of this country and the misery these things have wrought, it is a hopeful and positive work. The author gives a thoughtful look at ways to better the life of anyone who reads it, and gives suggestions to better the lives those people will then affect. This work will make an excellent conversation starter and guide on even the most difficult of political subjects. Teachers, both of History and English may think of having this in their personal libraries or on shelves at school. Arnold P. Abbott’s On A Poetic Life: Biographic Essays in Rhyme features stories and general life advice, as well as articulately voicing a well versed frustration on the current state of the world, and how to fix it.

“On A Poetic Life”: Essays in Rhyme
Mr. Arnold P. Abbott (Author)
ISBN: 1-4775-7001-2

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