U.S. Army Soldier Releases Book of Poetry

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Jason Lammons (U.S. Army Communications Soldier) releases book of poetry dedicated to the memory of his little brother (R.I.P.) Daniel Jonathan Lammons.

Louisiana Native, Jason Lammons, has been writing lyrics and poetry since he can remember.

"I always needed a way to express myself and how I felt about all the beautiful things people overlook each day and the taking for granted of time we actually have on this earth. I also find myself driven to have a voice against the injustice I see in the world."

Lammons decided to dedicate himself to a project honoring his brother, Daniel Jonathan Lammons (R.I.P.). Daniel was a member of the Army Reserve and headed on to a wonderful life full of travel, challenges, and opportunity. Daniel passed away in Nov. of 2002 at 19 years old. Lammons gathered his works of poetry and began writing more poetry he felt could express his feelings toward his brother, similarities he found in himself and his brother, and also poems marking high and low points of his life.

The book titled "My Sancuary" is published through a division of Ingram and for sale on the following websites:
(best price, direct from the publisher)
http://www.bn.com (Barnes and Noble)
http://www.amazon.com, http://www.borders.com

Look for more from this author very soon as he is planning a book/screenplay on his life.

For more info contact http://www.authorhouse.com
or email jasonlammons (at) yahoo (dot) com


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