JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB) January 28, 2015
Inspired by her life experiences, author Marian Kiler Hall reveals her publication, “Payday Blues” (published by Xlibris). This book’s ranging topic during 101 years of time is many and varied. It covers subjects of nature, people and love.
Beginning with nature, people and love, the poems then enter the realm of leprechauns and fairies.Christian values are emphasized. In some, tales of adventure can be found, especially in Captain of the Lilly Belle. Others talks about hidden rocks, swirling tides and the captain and his ship. The book concludes with patriotism to the beloved United States of America. From California and Oklahoma to Atlantic Ocean and Jerusalem, it is a long but quite an enjoyable journey. Hall managed to create something extraordinary, using the power of words that paints vivid pictures of the different façade of life.
Sprinkled with imagination and a touch of fun and adventure, “Payday Blues” will let readers understand life and its intricacies a little better. They will be able to relate to it and take away something that may touch not just their hearts but their very soul.
By Marian Kiler Hall
Hardcover | 6x9in | 78 pages | ISBN 9781499055320
Softcover | 6x9in | 78 pages | ISBN 9781499055337
E-Book | 78 pages | ISBN 9781499055313
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
It takes one day at a time to make a chain of reality that is powerful and shows the love God has for people and nature.
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