A native of Brooklyn, New York, Sherell had experienced her share of heartbreak and love. But she wanted to create a book for her readers that would remind them that love is the answer to every question.
A veteran of the Vietnam War, Michael wanted to offer readers a view-in-verse of that unpopular war through soldiers’ eyes.
After experiencing her own spiritual breakthrough, Erica wanted to share deeper truths to inspire and guide others on the same path.
An engineer by profession, and a poet at heart, J Patrick wanted to let his creative side shine.
“This process was eye opening and self-expository, but it was powerful.”
Sarah Flame had a single goal: to create, write, polish, and publish a collection of poems. In one year.
Justin was looking for support for his collection of haiku, poetry, and short stories, and he needed someone to proofread, revise, edit, and help him publish his work.
Noelle had been writing the poems that would eventually become Sunspot for a long time, and she wanted to gain the knowledge to finally publish her first collection.