PoeticWorks Releases 'Someday, an Anthology of Poetry' by Nikki Davis, Rey 'Amaaze' Amador and Jason Beaty

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Someday, is the latest Anthology published by PoeticWorks Publishing which features the work of 3 new poets.

PoeticWorks Publishing is proud to announce the release of their lastest Anthology of Poetry, "Someday (life doesn't wait, why should we?)", PoeticWorks.Com, PoeticWorks Publishing, $16.00, December 15, 2006. Someday, for these poets, is a lifetime in the making…that begins today. It is 53 pages of profound insight into some of the freshest poets to be on the poetry scene today. Someday brings 3 totally different people from different backgrounds and cultures and binds them together to form a union of poetry that will inspire anyone who reads their poems to get out of their own comfort zone and achieve the impossible. The poets in this book dig into the inner most parts of their worlds and present to you pride, love, courage, loyalty, struggle, and achievement. It is a must read for all!

About the Poets: Nichole "Nikki" Me'chelle Davis is a native of Wilkinson County, Mississippi. She is a motivational speaker and a short story teller. Her work has been recited at weddings, funerals, and graduation programs. She has written monologues, dramatic readings, a number of essays and short stories. She is currently working on a number of projects planned to be released later this year. Nikki does motivational presentations for different youth activities; serves as a mentor for a number of youths, and is currently organizing a mentor program geared at fostering creativity and positive self esteem. The program will also aim at assisting parents and educators encourage literacy. She enjoys music, good reading material and engaging conversation. Nikki currently resides in Pride, Louisiana.

Rey "Amaaze" Amador is the youngest of three children and a first generation Latino, raised in San Francisco, to parents from Nicaragua. He has always maintained his interest in the arts as an expression by way of my mind, body, and soul. He has written for close to fifteen years, and seldom sharing any of his pieces, he was made to realize his talent was wasting away. He uses his experiences to inspire his words. He has been writing under the name "Amaaze" since the beginning. It seemed to gravitate to him as a person, and it was how he envisioned himself, from a humble perspective. It is bred from the idea of what a maze is - a design with many facets, with one ultimate goal; combined with the pure definition of amaze. The greatest inner accomplishment he has discovered along his journey is that he is a man who has always retained the same frame of mind, just with more experiences as he continues to live.

Jason Beaty is currently serving on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps, first as an enlisted man and then as an officer. He began writing poetry at the age of 16 which he still uses as an avenue of emotional release. He has never read his poetry in public due to his desire that others are able to apply it to their life's situations, and thus arriving to their own personal interpretation. He is happily married to Shanoah and has three children; Michaela, Brianna and Dawson. This is his first works to have been published, but desires to publish more as long as they help others to heal.


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