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#ASMSG Author Interview: Moinak Dutta (Poet, Author, Photographer)

Today I’m interviewing Mr. Moinak Dutta. Welcome to my blog. Thanks for having me Thomas. Moinak, let’s begin with you. Could you please tell the readers about yourself and how many books you have written? Sure Thomas.  I am a Teacher … Continue reading

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Poems & Poetry: Our Story (Paperback edition)

“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” – Maya Angelou With our roots deep in Arkansas, Maya and I share a Southern heritage. That is where … Continue reading

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Congratulations, your book “Poems & Poetry: Our Story” is live in the Kindle Store

Book Description Publication Date: April 28, 2012 “Take the blinders from your vision take the padding from your ears and confess you’ve heard me crying and admit you’ve seen my tears.” ― Maya Angelou With this singular look at poetry, … Continue reading

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Poems & Poetry: Our Story [Kindle Edition]

Book Description Publication Date: April 28, 2012 “Take the blinders from your vision take the padding from your ears and confess you’ve heard me crying and admit you’ve seen my tears.” ― Maya Angelou With this singular look at poetry, … Continue reading

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#Interview with Uvi Poznansky by Melodie Ramone, #Author of “After Forever Ends”

The interview is a genre of spoken and written language that I have explored in a previous book, “The Interview Teacher: From Imagination to Sophistication” For me, the interview is “an act of sophistication – an attempt to tease out … Continue reading

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Everyone is Talking About “They Won’t Shut Up”! Poet Cindy J. Smith! Book Release July 13! Win A Fabulous Prize!

Book releases July 13. Here is the event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/407058142741283/ Voices in my Head Talk all of the time To music I feel They add rhythm and rhyme Emotions take flight Grief, despair and love Heart seeks to find hope … Continue reading

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They Won’t Shut Up: Life in Rhyme (Poet Cindy J Smith’s Much-Anticipated Followup)

They Won’t Shut Up: Life in Rhyme Coming July 13th Crushing Hearts & Black Butterfly Publishing Cindy Smith was raised in upstate New York. She has worked a variety of jobs during her life–waitress, store associate, certified electronic technician. She … Continue reading

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Poems & Poetry by Thomas Jerome Baker: Now Available on Amazon, CreateSpace & A Bookstore Near You!

Now Available on Amazon & A Bookstore Near You! Poems & Poetry by Thomas Jerome Baker Posted on May 23, 2012 Poems & Poetry: Our Story Posted on May 23, 2012 Poems & Poetry: Our Story Poems & Poetry This … Continue reading

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Congratulations! Your Book, “Poems & Poetry: Our Story” has been published on Amazon Kindle!

Hello from Amazon KDP! Congratulations Thomas! Your book, “Poems & Poetry: Our Story” you recently submitted to KDP and enrolled in KDP Select has been published to the Kindle Store and is already available* for readers to purchase here. KDP … Continue reading

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And Still I Rise: The Nobleness of the Human Spirit (Maya Angelou)

Still I Rise by Maya Angelou You may write me down in history With your bitter, twisted lies, You may trod me in the very dirt But still, like dust, I’ll rise. Does my sassiness upset you? Why are you … Continue reading

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