For those writing that I feel are knowledge, you take what applies to you in your own life’s path
Virginia Beach, VA (Vocus) March 2, 2010
Boldly unveiling her soul, author-poet Julie ‘Willow’ Horton unveils her literary prowess with a book released through Xlibris. Writing of ‘i’ offers poetry lovers and literary aficionados with a richly layered collection of poems that comes from a poet’s inner self.
While some phases in life are easily forgotten, some lives on for reminiscing and celebration. In this special anthology, Horton tells of the colorful journey she has taken through childhood and adulthood. Reliving memories of happiness, heartaches, doubts, and victories, she pens down over a hundred poems that expresses her inner soul. Through rhyme and rhythm, readers will be introduced to the peoples and places that the author has encountered, sharing tales that uplift and inspire.
“For those writing that I feel are knowledge, you take what applies to you in your own life’s path,” shares the author of this poignantly crafted book.
With pages wrapped with wisdom, insights and comforting words, Writing of ‘i’ is one woman’s life journey, which can move anybody. It is a riveting collection that fascinatingly expresses life’s beauty and irony. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Julie “Willow” Horton was born in Norfolk, Virginia, and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She spent most of her summers in the mountains of North Carolina and the Eastern Tennessee. She was educated at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia. She attended Ferrum Junior College and Virginia Wesleyan College, where she graduated. Horton resides in Virginia Beach; however, she visits family and her brothers and sisters in the mountains of Virginia and Tennessee every chance she gets. She enjoys going to her secret spot in the mountains of Newport, Virginia.
Writings of 'i' * by Julie 'Willow' Horton
Publication Date: February 26, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 165 pages; 978-1-4500-2259-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 165 pages; 978-1-4500-2260-6
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