Las Vegas (PRWEB) June 26, 2014
In some way or another, people will have that time in their lives where they will meet a crossroad. In that moment, decisions have to be done. There will be no more turning back. Will one follow the yearning of his heart or will he listen to the constant dictation of his conscience?
Readers will follow author Paul Thomas as he embarks on a tumultuous journey of finding what happiness really is and how he learns that in life, people have to make a choice.
Author Paul Thomas’ life was a true manifestation of how he tried to hide his true self and how he has tried to cope with society’s norm. Throughout his career, he met many people from different walks of life, learned some important life lessons then one day, he finally had the courage to follow what he really wants and become open to the world of who he really is.
Touching and deeply meaningful, “A Poet In Disguise” is a heartwarming anthology of poems and verses of a man who is in a quest of finding the true meaning of life .
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About the Author
Paul Thomas was born in 1972 in Manchester, New Hampshire and raised in Monterey Peninsula, California. The journey that was to follow was typical of that of a gay teen in the 80’s, an era during which being closeted was the norm. His life in those turbulent times was made bearable through his love of poetry and his excelling in magic. As a release for his inner conflicts he began playing billiards and honed his skills writing poetry, which continues to this day. It was through this that he learned the value of expressing his innermost thoughts through writing, which led to the creation of this book. In addition to his other talents he is also a gifted photographer. Thomas now lives in Southern Nevada where he continues to write poetry, perform his magic and play billiards.
A Poet In Disguise* by Paul Thomas
Publication Date: January 30, 2014
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