Author Cornell G. Mack’s new book “The Heart of a Poet” is a collection of heartfelt poems exploring the vicissitudes of life, family, and love.

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Recent release “The Heart of a Poet” from Page Publishing author Cornell G. Mack is a deeply personal poetic window into the experiences that have shaped his life and adult relationships.

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Cornell G. Mack, a retired correctional officer, writer, and bass player born and raised in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, has published his latest book “The Heart of a Poet”: a poetic journey into a myriad of universal themes in the human experience.

The author writes, “Short stories put in a poetic format. We’re supposed to learn from our own mistakes and experiences, but for the most part that’s not the case. We can find self-growth in someone else’s mistakes as well as their experiences. This is the main reason that I wrote this book. Also I’d like to mention that I have a unique style about my writing, but I’ll let you be the judge of that (Check out ‘This Is on the One’, ‘I Lie Awake at Night’, and ‘Although You’ve Just Arrived’.)”
Published by Page Publishing, Cornell G. Mack’s engrossing book is an evocative collection of poetry inspired by the positive and negative experiences that comprise a full and well-lived life.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Heart of a Poet” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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