A Pebble in My Shoe [Paperback] 2005
Katherine Hoeger Flotz (Author) ISBN-10: 0965779335 ISBN-13: 978-0965779333
Book DescriptionNew inventions are wonderful, right? The way we do things is simplified and our lives are made easier. Do you think cell phones, texting, and tragic statistics are what Alexander Graham Bell had in mind, though, when he first introduced us to the telephone, when cell phone inventors dazzled us? Pros and cons to everything, right? In fictitious narrative short story and poetic form, the deadly negative consequences of cell phone texting is what this book is all about. Texting distractions disrupt, maim, and kill every day. Like a fatal attraction, sadly, society cannot ignore the dark side related to cell phone texting. Though occasionally humor is a part of the story, mostly, the author makes a profound matter of life and death point: TEXT SAFELY or bad things will happen!
Book DescriptionFly like the free bird, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, into the realm of "animated possibilities of whatever you wish." Author's Goals: To inspire, ignite, enlighten, sting, soothe, and share. Content: Philosophical bits and pieces, adventurous poetic: tales, passions, and tributes to heroes. Also, as a self-publishing advocate, here you are, a perfect example of the modern day wonders of self-publishing. It's this easy poets/writers! Kindle eBooks, Create Space paperbacks, I'll give you the literary recipe in this book: how you can publish for free! I did! "Oh what a wonderful world!" Okay, back to the poetry book themes: Sunshine always follows stormy weather, please fight injustice, and live, truly live! Excerpt: “The comfort of rainbow pillows forever near, even when shedding just one more tear. From restless nights to nocturnal wishes and dreams of day, look for the rainbows. Find the way. Living, loving, feeling, colors of age, from young to old, take hold, stay bold.”
Publication Date: June 6, 2013
Publication Date: 2016
Book DescriptionAdam Sedia's second collection of poems, this volume includes thirty-three lyric poems of many varieties. Poetic forms range from simple haiku to sonnets to multi-stanza ballads, and the poems address a wide range of subjects from marriage proposal to storm clouds to Halloween. Though varied, all poems maintain the poet's inimitable voice and unmistakable perspective.
TOM SPENCER (In Memory)
"This remarkable book provides inspirational healing, helps people share important feelings, and lets readers know that they are not alone." -- Harry Gunn, Ph.D. author or Manipulation by Guilt: How to Avoid
Publication date: November 15, 2014