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    A heartfelt rendition of a soldier's life

    In the poetry in this collection of free verse poems the reader is asked to take a journey from the physical reality of imperfection to the spiritual view of change for the better through Christ. Despite this emphasis on the spiritual this is not a book of ‘grandiose’ events, but rather of the very ordinary.

    A play with interesting YA perspectives

    “Between Eden and the Open Road” is a must have! I would say the direct appeal would be for a man but as a woman, I was entertained to the max. Excellent read! 5 huge gold stars. I haven’t read anything else like it yet!

    "Under Sonoran Skies" is an anthology featuring six authors from Tucson, Arizona writing on various themes effecting the human condition. Sections include short essays on spirituality, the Old West, love and loss, the craft of writing, business and culture.

    Poetry book of a journey through Africa

    Poems that find layers of beauty and meaning in daily experiences.

    Book Review - After the Storm

    Book of poems that refresh the soul

    "Final Destination" is an extract from author Ankur Choudhury's life. Having lost his mother all of a sudden in 2008, he succumbed to the darker, lonelier and painful side to reality. This book describes not only his emotions, but the raw truth that many of us feel but are scared to express. It portrays Choudhury's life, and all the struggles he had to go through. This book however is not something that will leave readers with a smile, but rather help them start realizing the truth of life, and also help them appreciate others (when they still have an opportunity to see them) before they're gone. If people are interested in fairy tales, then this book is not for them, but if someone's looking for the real truths about a struggling youth, and all about pain and sorrow, then this is a must read.

    "French Fries, Ice Cream, and Cucumber Sandwiches" is a poetry collection named for the treats the author bought for her husband who was suffering from Alzheimer’s. Whenever Nell Dale took her husband for a drive, they would stop for one of the snacks in the book’s title. Sometimes he would forget about the first serving and ask for another. During this time, they would talk, but the conversations were not always rational or complete.

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