Boston, MA, August 31, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Jeffrey Adam, a poet, a runner, and general lover of life, has completed his most recent book “Through My Eyes Frame by Frame”: a gripping and positively electrified work of poetry that is sure to delight and engage each and every reader
Jeffrey shares that he finds inspiration all around him. He says, “I wrote my first poem in eighth grade about my uncle who passed away that year. My uncle greatly inspired me, and I wrote the poem during one of my writing assignments. Ever since then, my poetry has taken off.”
Published by Fulton Books, Jeffrey Adam’s book is engaging look at how the author sees his surroundings. Jeffrey says, “My poems consist of everyday events, not just about my life, but things I watch on television and in the media. I have a collage of writings that includes poetry I had written for friends, including birthday gifts and Christmas gifts over the years. I love topics such as the economy, history, politics, and have included them in some of my works I have collected.”
He continues, “A great amount of topic matters I have created were written as prayers to God. Verbal prayer is something that I have struggled with over the years, but when I sit down with paper and pen, my prayers come storming out. A couple of poems that distinctly come to mind include both my Easter and Christmas poems. They paint a true picture of what these most important times of the year not only mean to me, but to the many Christians throughout the world today. Included are love poems and poems where I try to connect to my readers through my own experiences over my lifetime.”
Jeffrey also gives the reader a glance into the world that he lives in from day to day through his own eyes and perspective. Throughout some of my works, he can have a negative tone, but he always tries to take that negative and place it with something positive, trying to create an optimistic approach throughout the writings.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Through My Eyes Frame by Frame” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books