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A thought-provoking book published in 2013 appearing in book signing and photo exhibit February 2014
“Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions” offers food for thought and entertains through the blending of poetry, essays, editorials, fiction, and non-fiction.
By: Embry Books
According to Nikki L.:
“I really liked it [Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions]
Obiora is hosting a book signing and photo exhibit in Lexington, KY at the historic Lyric Theatre on 22 February 2014. At the event his book and others can be purchased and signed, as well you can view some of his photographs and learn more about some of his other pursuits. For more information, go to www.embrybooks.org.
If you want to pre-order Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions:
For information about the upcoming book signing or to learn more about Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions contact Obiora Embry.
About the Author:
Obiora Embry is a self-proclaimed Eco-Conscious Thinker and life-long learner who loves to educate others, write, garden, cook, be creative constructively, volunteer, mentor, and do what he can to make the world a better place. He is a passionate person and his passion can be felt in his writing, whether he is telling a story, writing a poem, or expressing his thoughts and concerns on paper. Some of his writing has appeared in Ace Weekly, Peaceways, the Kentucky Kernel, Lexington Herald-Leader, North of Center, and The KeyNews Journal. And Obiora co-authored "Whole Measures for Community Food Systems (WM CFS): Stories from the Field."
Obiora was fortunate to be raised in a household in which he was able to establish a balance between his left and right brain. He is not only an author, a writer, a poet, an amateur photographer, a born again artist, but also an engineer-in-
Obiora finds solitude In Nature and believes that some of his best writing comes to him while outside communing with her. He is proud of his Kentucky roots and enjoys traveling the back roads to spend time and work on his maternal family farm.
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