Author Feature: Harambee K. Grey-Sun

I’m pleased to welcome a new author and poet to my site today with his book…

 

The Lark

by Harambee K. Grey-Sun

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* Cover Design by Melchelle Designs *

 

Genre(s): Thriller, Apocalyptic, Short Story

Description: “Danny is a struggling singer willing to do almost anything to get a little exposure and keep food on the table. So she doesn’t think twice about traveling to the middle of nowhere to perform a gig. When she’s stranded at an abandoned airport, however, she finds herself exposed to a sinister creature with a hunger for something only she can provide.

A dark and surreal fantasy for mature readers.”

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• About the Author •

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Author Harambee K. GreySun

Born in Pennsylvania and raised in Indiana, Harambee Grey-Sun (1975-present) wrote a religious column for Our Times Newspaper during most of the 1990s. His poetry has also appeared in publications such as CrossConnect, Epicenter, RiverSedge, the South Carolina Review, and the Wisconsin Review. He is currently writing a pre-apocalyptic fantasy series entitled Eve of Light which explores whether it’s possible for humankind to survive after the death of the Creator and the demise of the familiar world; Broken Angels is the first book in this series.

Connect with Harambee Online:

Website – http://nextpoet.net/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/harambeegreysun
Twitter – https://twitter.com/HarambeeGreySun
Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Harambee-Grey-Sun/e/B001KHER24
Goodreads – http://bit.ly/1ubnyRH

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My Crappy Poetry: Entry #33

Copyright 2014 M.S. FowleCeiling Scraper Wanted

They grow up so fast

The boy gets his own breakfast

Cookies and brownies

– M.S. Fowle

Copyright © 2014

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My Crappy Poetry: Entry #32

Tell

Capture every word

As you start a new chapter

In life’s wondrous tale

– M.S. Fowle

Copyright © 2014

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People I See

I see people from all walks of life, from both ends of the spectrum and in between.

I see the suits and ties: those who think they are the “end-all, be-all” and better than everyone and care only of what they will gain – and those who refuse to forget where they came from and treat others as equals.

I see the blue collars: those who have let their labor callous them inside and out – and those grease-covered hard workers that know not how to slow down and know only that they need to provide for others.

I see the old: those that have lost all else and are only waiting to die with the intent of spreading their bitter taste for life before doing so – and those who have seen history be made and repeated and achieved and blundered and long only to pass on all they’ve learned to enrich others.

I see the young: those obsessed with vanity, that take advantage of those who love them and couldn’t care less – and those brought up on manners and discipline with hopes and dreams larger than they could ever achieve and yet still long to at least try.

I see parents: those that would cause anyone to wonder why they had children in the first place if they only see and treat them as burdens – and those who have read and researched and strive to raise intelligent, polite, generous children without ever raising their hand.

I see criminals: those still lifting and dealing and finding more ways to “stick it the man” – and those only distinguished from the masses by their prison ink and now live rehabilitated as law-abiding citizens with priorities of family and societal compliance.

The people I see are those I know and those I don’t – and their stories will be told whether they tell them or not.

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