Literary Pieces Come to Life BEFORE THE SUNRISES

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Author’s newly published book is an engaging poetry and prose collection

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From a rising poet, writer, and playwright comes an engaging anthology of poetry, short stories, and plays that both young and adult readers would definitely enjoy. Author Kelly J. Newson shares her beautiful and endearing literary pieces in her newly released book, BEFORE THE SUNRISES.

BEFORE THE SUNRISES marks the time of day she’s preferred for writing. It’s during the late night, early morning that she writes most—and quite frankly when the majority of this collection’s works were written.
Melancholic, nostalgic, heartwarming, stirring, and pensive, this compilation of poetic pieces unmasks her thoughts, unveils her sentiments, and unfolds a whole kaleidoscope of themes. From aching hearts to mending ones, from deepest emotions to vivid views, from loving to hurting, from accepting to letting go, from life to love, and more, this book is a sure treat to those whose hearts are truly open and feeling.

Through BEFORE THE SUNRISES, Newson invites all readers to open their minds and hearts to a whole new world of emotions, thoughts, and insights. For more information on this book, log on to

About the Author
Kelly J. Newson has been writing since the third grade, in which she had her first piece “the stars” published. However, she does more than just write poetry, she also writes short stories, songs, plays, and screenplays. In 2007, she made her theatre debut by writing and directing her first play Making the Deal. She is a graduate of Rio Hondo College and is in the process of finishing up her Bachelor’s Degree in English.

BEFORE THE SUNRISES * by Kelly J. Newson
Publication Date: May 7, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 118 pages; 978-1-4500-2408-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 118 pages; 978-1-4500-2409-9
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4500-2410-5

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