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New Poetry Book Reflects Life’s Everyday Grind

      

(YorkPedia Editorial):- Pittsburg, May 29, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Jeanne Campbell’s Revolving Shades of Blue is a collection of poetry born from life’s daily challenges. The author kept this compilation hidden since it was written from the seventies and decided to share it now to help others.

Jeanne grew up with difficulty in communicating her thoughts or feelings. Writing is her way of expressing herself especially when she cannot say it. She was exceptionally shy and was incapable of intimacy. This book includes a few of her love affairs.

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The verses inside this book hold so many emotions and realizations from experiences aimed to help readers evaluate that they are not alone in what they go through in life.

Jeanne’s work will be exhibited at the BookExpo + BookCon 2019, to be held at the Jacob Javits Center, New York City, this coming May 29 to 31 and June 1 and 2, 2019, at the Authors Press Booth # 1667. To get the latest update on authors, like and follow Authors Press on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Revolving Shades of Blue

Written by Jeanne Campbell

Paperback | $11.99

Hardcover | $26.68

E-book | $3.99

Book copies are available at Authors Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online book retailers.

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