Henry Howard Reveals the Gentle Sound of a Mother’s Voice

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New poetry book captures the essence of a mother-and-son relationship

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Inspirational, insightful and compelling, this work of art is a literary compilation of eclectic sets of poetry. Written by poet Henry Howard, “MOTHER’S VOICE ON SEASON’S WIND” portrays the voice of a dreamer, seeker and artist. The poet channels the undying guidance of his mother and shares it to his readers in the hopes that they too can hear the gentle sound of a devoted mother’s voice.

This collection of poetry is all about finding one’s voice, the voice that defines one’s character, the guiding voice that helps one’s survival as he leaves a significant contribution to the world. Howard’s mother was an integral part of his life. She left him an indelible part of her influence. When she died in May 26, 2008, she bestowed a huge part of herself onto him, through her love and nurturing tenderness. Through the poet’s voice, she lives and her touch is greatly reflected in these amazing works of poetry.

Much of Howard’s writing share the way he lives and views the world, which was shaped by his mother. They were close enough to be part of each other’s heartbeats. Their thoughts were shared in every major aspect, hence, this poetry is both a tribute to and a reflection of everything she stood for and believed in.

The various sections accurately reflect the experiences, challenges, triumphs and losses that have transformed Howard into the independent person that he is today. Poetry fanatics are invited to hear a mother’s voice in every page of this soothing, calm and endearing work that will definitely stir the senses and make readers remember their own special relationship with their mothers.

This book will be featured at the 2012 Book Expo America in New York City on June 5-8, 2012.

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About the Author
Henry Howard is a native New Yorker, living in Los Angeles since 1986. He first became interested in a career in writing as an undergraduate at Hampshire College, at which a professor who became his mentor, brother and best friend during his student years. His professor believed in his potential as a budding writer. He owes much of his passion for writing to him. Howard is a fiction writer and poet, and his works in both genres is linked by a commitment to human rights--and his belief in the power of words to unite everyone to build a better world.

Publication Date: March 22, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 181 pages; 978-1-4691-7508-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 181 pages; 978-1-4691-7509-6
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4691-7510-2

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