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A new chapter of Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions is released every month on the 13th
You have asked for it and start in january 2014 you will have it! "Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions" is going digital. You can purchase a new chapter every month on the 13th between now and November so get your copy while they last.
Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions is a compilation that covers topics like raising children, technology, peace, war, US, the genocide in Darfur, the police, thoughts and reflections about the city of Detroit, gardening, health and wellness,searching for the spiritual, money, education, and more. It weaves poetry, essays, editorials, non-fiction, and fiction so there is something to pique the interests of all readers!
According to Nikki L.:
“I really liked it [Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions]
Expanding Horizons Through Creative Expressions:
An excerpt from Chapter 1:
"You can't handle the truth!"
like the cat going on missions that are impossible.
Improbable cause before
truth detectors following the
statue of slavery,
which leads to bribery
of the truth,
which "A Few Good Men" couldn't handle.
If you are interested in meeting the author then make plans to attend the "Embry Book Signing & Photo Exibit" in Lexington, KY at the historic Lyric Theatre on Saturday, 22 February 2014. For more information, go to www.embrybooks.org.
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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