Amongst Giants Revealed

Fulton Books, Inc.
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My latest book, Amongst Giants Revealed, is a more personal approach to my worldviews with regard to politics, religion, and to the polar forces in life. I also included some rants within my works, which includes a twelve-day diary in August and a nine-day tangent in November. In Part 3 of my new book, I added the poems I had left out of the first book I had published in July of 2017, Through My Eyes Frame by Frame. In addition, I have many poems within that are written as gifts to friends, and also, I included a couple of personal letters written in poetic fashion to the person I admire and love most in my life. It took me six months to write Part 1 of the book, and I spent countless days and nights pouring out my soul as best I could! I take a lot of pride in what I’ve accomplished in the past couple of years and hope you get just as much out of my personal experiences I have had in writing about them. I have taken a different approach in writing this book and have changed and adapted to a different style of writing in many of my works. I’ve definitely matured throughout this whole process and have learned much about my own life and will stop at nothing to spill my innermost feelings about many topic matters. These poems consist of personal experiences that all of my readers can definitely relate to and can become fully engrossed and engaged in the topic matters. Hopefully, the material you’re about to read can be therapeutic and eye-opening to what is really going on in the world we live in today.
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Fulton Books, Inc.
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Published on
Nov 17, 2017
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Pages
342
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ISBN
9781633387676
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Language
English
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Fiction / General
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My poems consist of everyday events, not just about my life, but things I watch on television and in the media. I have a collage of writings that includes poetry I had written for friends, including birthday gifts and Christmas gifts over the years. I love topics such as the economy, history, politics, and have included them in some of my works I have collected. A great amount of topic matters I have created were written as prayers to God. Verbal prayer is something that I have struggled with over the years, but when I sit down with paper and pen, my prayers come storming out. A couple of poems that distinctly come to mind include both my Easter and Christmas poems. They paint a true picture of what these most important times of the year not only mean to me, but to the many Christians throughout the world today. Included are love poems and poems where I try to connect to my readers through my own experiences over my lifetime. At the same time, I give the reader a glance into the world that I live in from day to day through my own eyes and perspective. Throughout some of my works, I can have a negative tone, but I always try to take that negative and place it with something positive, trying to create an optimistic approach through my writings. The collections of work of I have gathered together consist mostly of poetry written between 2013 and 2014. However, the last several poems written are scattered between 2005 and 2012. I included them because of the deep meaning they have to me. I have chosen these particular poems, mostly because I feel these are the best writing days of my life. My writings have matured over the years, and I finally feel I have something to say in a unique way.
 
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