Monsters Under My Bed

Poems of love, loss, betrayal and survival
By Tamara Helene Arrington

"Monsters Under My Bed" is a poetry book written by Tamara Helene Arrington specially dedicated to her son, Connor Bryant Arrington. This is Arrington’s second poetry book after "Tattooed". This poetry collection once again shows why Arrington’s skill as a poet should be recognized. This...

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Mooseclumps

By Ryan T. Bliss

"Mooseclumps" by Ryan T. Bliss is a poetry book. Mooseclumps, the title character, is a cat with a big ego. The rest of this book has poems about monsters named Mangor and The Grumble, Scotland, ladders, the seasons, body parts and the senses, pillows, cooking,...

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Mentality Listens

Where Art Screams
By Venus Perez

“This book is a compilation of poetry that I have written throughout the years as I was introduced to pain, was married to pain, divorced pain, and remarried a few years later . . . It is not easy to live with pain, but it...

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My Side of the Story

By Charron Monaye

My Side of the Story by Charron Monaye is a wonderful collection of poems which should appeal to women of any age. The poetry is divided into sections including Love Is All We Need, Experience Is the Best Teacher, The Dream Must Continue, Heartbreak Is...

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Music of the Alamo

By William R. Chemerka, Allen J. Wiener

Music of the Alamo is an awe-inspiring book, and the CD that comes with it is like icing on the cake.  William R. Chemerka and Allen J. Wiener have thoroughly researched the era.  The photographs are amazing.  In the Introduction, Phil Collins calls himself “An...