Rozniecki Aims to Inspire, Provoke Thought, and Open Minds with Print-on-Demand Availability of Seasons Come, People Grow: A Poetic Journey

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Rozniecki takes readers on an engaging, eye-opening, and unforgettable journey with the publication of Seasons Come, People Grow: A Poetic Journey in conjunction with Lulu, the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

Signed Off: A Minority of the Majority

Seasons Come, People Grow: A Poetic Journey is a new and original approach in the poetry genre, as it attempts not to be old-fashioned and confuse readers, but to be empathetic, relative, and reach out to readers on many different levels. The book is parted into six sections: An introduction, the winter, spring, summer, autumn seasons, and a closing section.

Rozniecki wrote Seasons Come, People Grow: A Poetic Journey to touch on people's emotions, provoke thought, and open minds. He came to Lulu, because he knew the difficulty involved in marketing poetry, no matter how unique or original the poetry may be. It also didn't hurt matters any that Lulu was free and gave him total control. Seasons Come, People Grow: A Poetic Journey is available for purchase at


Craig Rozniecki has been writing for over 10 years and has five completed manuscripts to show for it, along with others that are not quite finished. The manuscripts have yet to be published, but include: a non-fiction novel, entitled "Signed Off: A Minority of the Majority," a psychological and philosophical self-help book entitled "The Essence of Beauty," a memoir to tie in with and follow up on the non-fiction piece, and a series of blog entries. He's also in the midst of a comic piece, a poetic epic, and is in the process of beginning a political satire. He received two associate's degrees at Metropolitan Community College and his bachelor's degree at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.


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