Cynon Taf, United Kingdom (PRWEB) May 03, 2011
From rising poet-author Tommy Rhys Andrews comes a new poetry anthology enwrapped with interesting rhymes. The author invites readers to tread on the Footpath he took and they will find themselves walking on familiar territory.
For the past decade, the author has written a rich collection of poems, which echo the good and the bad of these last few years. Employing different types of rhymes, he pens down various times, multiple reasons, wide-ranging genres, and more. These poetic verses tell a story of a mind that’s a little bit strange—eccentric in so many ways. And through these literary pieces, he opens himself and let others know the truth about him—his thoughts, sentiments, observations, and everything else.
“I have written poetry for a decade now, most of the poems that I have written, I have included in my book. My book is a way of explaining thoughts, which have been in my head throughout my life and I am ready for people to read my work and know the truth of who I am. I am still writing poetry now so I believe that this will not be the only book that I write, so from now until next time, hope you all enjoy reading,” shares the author.
This book will be featured at the 2011 Book Expo America in New York City, on May 23-26, 2011.
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About the Author
Tomas Rhys Andrews, Tommy to most of his friends and Matt to some, was born on March 23, 1989. He lives a unique life and he finds the only way he has to express his emotions, feelings, thoughts through both good and bad is by using poetry. He is a quiet individual. He has a handful of good friends and a family whom he loves. He has strong emotional feelings about what the earth will bring man in the next two years (for those who knows what he’s talking about). He hopes he can bring to readers entertainment they can enjoy within his book.
Footpath * by Tommy Rhys Andrews
Tommy’s Book Of Poetry
Publication Date: October 21, 2010
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 131 pages; 978-1-4535-7372-3
eBook; £8.00; 978-1-4535-7373-0
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