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Spotlight and giveaway: The Invitation

The Invitation

 Book Details:

Book Title: The Invitation: To Journey Through a Conscious Mind
Category: Adult Fiction; 40 pages
Genre: Poetry
Publisher: Tyfany Williams
Release date: March 31,2017
Tour dates: Aug 21 to Sept 1, 2017
Content Rating: PG-13 + M (for mature content of love and relationships etc. 1-2 word usage of bad language. No sex scenes or erotica language.)

Book Description:

The Invitation: To Journey Through a Conscious Mind, is a showcase in talent from author and poet Tyfany Janee. She’s eloquently produced the anthology through plaintive artistic angst. Injecting the essence of her soul into her prose. The diverse collection of poetry which lies between the covers is the result of an entire life’s work experimenting within her vocation.

Her work is comprised of truth, meaning, hope, possibility and a succinct hint of humor as she tears away the facade from humanity. The works shed light on relative issues that we’re all faced with in our easily waywardly led astray lives, and the monotony that makes up our existence.

The Invitation: To Journey Through a Conscious Mind is an ode to the beat generation of poets that carved their names in literary history. Any creative mind will revel in the inspiration that lies between these pages; it’s full of daring attitude, and celebration for the authentic. A unique look on love, that you have to dare to delve within. It harnesses true devotion, with a stark, hair raising element of modern reality.

 

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About the Author:
Tyfany Janee is a mother and an upcoming graduate with a BS in Business Administration in a concentration of Entrepreneurship, and a minor in Marketing. She is a prolific writer, author and poet and she has an upcoming plan of releasing a short story collection in 2018 that she titles; The Road Sometimes Traveled; and a poetry collection book titled “RSVP: To Be You Unapologetically.” Additionally, a release of a debut novel, the first of a series in 2019 she titles; To Love Him..I.
Her recent book is comprised of truth, meaning, hope, possibility and a much-needed element of humor when it comes to exposing the true nature of humankind. Tyfany devours inspiration wherever she can get it, from cult classics, to just about anything she can see.
Connect with the author: Website ~ Twitter ~ facebook ~ Instagram ~ Pinterest 

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The top 9 Books to read in August 2016

Here are

The top 9 books I plan to read
in August!

 Click on the covers to know more

CURRENTLY READING

Patristic Theology  Mid-Life Spirituality

Paradiso   The House Between Tides

  Patristic Theology
= simple essays on all the man themes of Orthodox theology.
The author does not mince his words!
Mid-Life Spirituality and Jungian Archetypes
= reading a bit daily, a lot to think about
Paradiso
= woohoo, now in vol 3 The Divine Comedy.
Now I understand why so many don’t persevere,
it is so different from vol 1 and 2,
but I personally enjoy it all the same
The House Between Tides
= presented as “Kate Morton meets Daphne du Maurier“!
Why do you do this to me? How could I have said no??

READING NEXT

Blood Wedding   Charlatan

Time And Regret

Blood Wedding
= received at BEA, by a French author I thoroughly enjoy
Charlatan
= based on the Affair of the Poisons
that scandalized Paris in 1679
Time and Regret
= historical mystery related to WW1,
on tour at France Book Tours

CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

       Trip Through Your Wires  Empty Throne

Trip Through Your Wires
= a mystery I could not resist!
The Empty Throne
= as I will now read and not listen
to Louise Penny’s books,
I’m switching to another series I thoroughly enjoy.
I’m at vol 8, and the narrator sounds really good!

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR AUGUST?

The Inferno 101

The Inferno 101

As part of The Classics Club, I’m presenting to you this great classic by Dante:

“Midway in the journey of our life,
I came to myself in a dark wood,
for the straight way was lost.”

HAVE YOU READ
THE INFERNO?
WHAT DID YOU THINK?

This book counted for these Reading Challenges

New Authors  classicsclub

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