National Poetry Month: My Gift to You…

In African American History, Books, Writing on April 1, 2013 at 12:59 am

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National Poetry Month is finally in motion! I wanted to share something very special with you. My alter-ego just released her first book of poetry entitled, “SOUL ALIVE Poetry & Prose” –I wanted to make sure you got a chance to download a free copy of the digital poetry chapbook. My alter-ego’s name is atlas brown and she resides in Paris, France. Learn more about the writer below. Read | Download | Share atlas brown’s latest literary gift to the masses.

“SOUL ALIVE! Prose & Poetry”  a book of poetry written for the sake of writing, dedicated to society that rejects the art form as a worthy cause and occupation.

Writer and poet, atlas brown opens up the book stating, “SOUL ALIVE! Prose & Poetry was written out of frustration in my studio. When you want something so bad that you can taste it, what would you do to get it?”

Grab your favorite beverage, turn on your reading device, and get ready for enlightenment. Download the print edition for FREE. Read the book via a Kindle device and purchase the e-book for .99 cents.

Leave a comment about the book via this page. Interested in writing a review about the book, click on the link below. Share with friends, family, and co-workers!!!!

Book Reviews:

“Just like the author states about themself in the bio, the prose and poetry found in SOUL ALIVE! is also, “to the point, clear, and concise.” Containing only seven pieces, each of varying themes, this debut work from atlas brown is a literary ‘sampler platter’ of sorts. I really enjoyed and chuckled at “Writer’s Anonymous,” perhaps because I can relate so much to the “Woe is I Syndrome.” Maybe getting back to the basics of just pen and paper is the perfect cure, indeed. Although not an official piece, I think my favorite part of this collection is the author’s bio. An unashamed and apologetic writer writing what they want, how they want is definitely worth reading if for no other reason than that they had the audacity to write what they mean.” 

S.W., Chicago, IL

“This book rocks, the only downfall was that it was too short, I would of wanted to read more because you are an exceptional writer Ms. Atlas.” 

–Anonymous., Seattle, WA

“This book is simply AMAZING!!! I have read it over five times already; atlas’ writing style is savvy and warm. All would enjoy this beautiful work, however it is especially dear to the soul of a writer. Atlas reminds us that words are our paint, writing utensils are our brush, and paper is our canvas. We are indeed the artist and ought to will the words as WE see fit. I absolutely love this bookit is a living breathing workit is indeed ALIVE. It will remind and inspire us for many years to come.

C.S., New Orleans, LA

Creative eclectic, and very chic French, atlas brown, has recently published the powerful, soul-stirring “Soul Alive Poetry & Prose.” Just as the title indicates, the book is a kaleidoscope of thought-provoking poetry and prose that grabs readers and holds them there, tightly, from beginning to end. Breathtaking.

d.m., Dallas, TX



He loves Me

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  1. Hi there, I check your new stuff regularly. Your writing style is awesome, keep doing what you’re doing!

  2. Hello, just wanted to say, I loved this post about National
    Poetry Month: My Gift to You | digibooklibrarian. It was helpful.
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