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A New Journey: Being Human

A New Journey: Being Human

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Inspired by the incredible works of American poets like Ralph Waldo Emerson and Robert Frost, Linda R. Waters bravely lays herself bare on the pages of this poetry collection. Using a mix of powerful imagery, metaphorical language and relatable real-life situations, Linda R. Waters takes fellow poetry-lovers on a truly thought-provoking journey of pain, vulnerability and withdrawal from the world before rediscovering love, joy, life and her ability to be human again.

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About the Author

With a BA in English Literature, Linda is a proud Alumni of Grand Canyon University. It was during her junior year of college, while taking a course focusing on the life and works of American poet, Robert Frost, that Linda rediscovered her love and passion for poetry. Noting that many inspiring, as well as popular writers, like Frost, had published volumes of poetry, she became inspired to leave her own footprint by publishing a volume of poetry, with the hope many more will follow. 

Linda currently resides in Boulder, CO, working as a production line worker at Chocolove. While this is not her dream job, she loves the quality time she gets to spend making fabulous chocolate with her "boys" from the J line! Moreover, in her spare time she enjoys long walks in nature, reading, writing poetry (obviously!), listening to music, and spending quality time with her family and friends. With a love for classical fiction and poetry, as well as teen fiction, Linda hasn't traveled much, but she did enjoy a fantastic trip to Scotland, and would love the opportunity to see the rest of the world! Lastly, Linda and her family are nothing short of experiencing hardships, and she knows she's not alone. A New Journey: Being Human is only a small peek at these hardships, but also shows that what doesn't kill you does make you a stronger person.  

Book Details

  • Author: Linda R. Waters
  • 50 pages
  • Publication Date: 30/11/2018
  • Paperback ISBN: 978-1-911569-95-4