About the Book
A collection of work that is the first in a series, the book chronicles making important psychological and emotional decisions after a very disturbing period in my life almost brought me to a very bad and untimely end. Written during this incredibly stressful time, the book's ultimate optimism is the real theme.
When you're confronted by a nasty past, you've got to do something about it, and if you're a creative person then devolving, as counterintuitive as it may seem, is a natural path. It pays to 'unlearn'. Feel free to review it (use Full Screen setting). I believe that poetry is rapidly becoming lost in the maelstrom that is modern life. Making sense of it all is that much harder when you're bombarded by sound bites and flash 'n glam. If you read this book you'll see a labor of love, of catharsis, of learning to continue on a path toward healing and wholeness. It's a road stop to gather resolve and move forward. And just so you know it, I don't earn a cent from this labor of love. Really, if you want to buy it, it's beautiful in print and contains more pages. I realize it's expensive, but for people that love poetry, it's a good deal. In fact, I would have paid for it to happen (and did). It was to my benefit and if it rings true with you, for yours as well.