Pastel Colored Dreams, Black Ink Realities, By Jo Lynn Ehnes, Released January 5th

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Jo Lynn Ehnes' long awaited book of poetry will be released January 5th. This wonderful book of poetry will surely take its rightful place among the great works of today.

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Jo Lynn Ehnes is a director of poetic adventures and her poetry is "An amazing blend of emotions wrapped up and delivered in a wonderfully rhythmic and scenic package, one the reader will want to open again and again," says jacob erin-cilberto, Author of The Black Album.

This book will deliver emotion in a package that is sure to leave you with an incredible sense of who Jo Lynn is. Her poetry comes from the real experiences of a mother of two and the pain and joy that life brings.

Jo Lynn is a tour director; her book the museum of fine art and her poems the paintings so lovingly displayed for you to see.

"Jo Lynn Ehnes is the consummate poet. Her thoughts, gleaned honestly and purely from life experience, are transfused directly from heart to pen to paper, and the immortalized results are the bailiwick of a scribe who has lived, loved, lost and learned. Whether it is her finely structured formal verse or the more liberated free form offerings, Jo Lynn's work will touch, tease and tantalize all of the senses in the way poetry is meant to be experienced." David Nelson Bradsher - Poet, co-author Kindred Trinity

The book is published by TJMF Publishing. "There is no doubt, Pastel Colored Dreams, Black Ink Realities is a book truly worthy of publishing and Jo Lynn was a great choice for us; her work was an easy collection to select." says Jim Furber, President, TJMF Publishing.

Pastel Colored Dreams is Jo Lynn's first book of poetry, and though her poems show her romantic side, she also writes of the darker realities that permeate life.

Jo Lynn was born in Alliance, Nebraska, and currently resides in Evans, Colorado, a state she has called her "beautiful home" for years.

For more information, please contact:

Jim Furber, President

TJMF Publishing



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