Scream (An Anthology of Sacred Thoughts)

Scream (An Anthology of Sacred Thoughts)

by Shawn Hicks

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Scream (An Anthology of Sacred Thoughts) by Shawn Hicks

With Shawn's gritty and provocative outlook on life, SCREAM: An Anthology Of Sacred Thoughts is a collection of poetry, opinions, and anecdotes that help describe the thoughts of many about the things they go through and wish to say but never tell. From the frustration of growing up in poverty and through an uneven childhood, to living with bad decisions and their consequences, to taking view of the lessons that came from the results tailored around life, dreams, relationships, and with self.

In just a few pages, SCREAM will bring out the reader's most inhibitions in agreement. With its succinct pen and writing style, SCREAM will make the reader run the emotional gamut, from humor to tears, to aggravation to pride. In the end making the reader say, "That's how I feel", and, "It's like it's speaking about me". And in the end, it is. For sometimes, we all want to SCREAM!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044258839
Publisher: Shawn Hicks
Publication date: 01/13/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 105 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Shawn Hicks is the C.E.O. and President of Brok'n English Publications, with the goal of providing a medium for telling his literary works. He received his A.A.S in Video Arts from Borough of Manhattan Community College, and he's currently recieving is B.A. from Brooklyn College for Television & Radio, and Film Studies. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Along with publishing, BEP has created a subsidiary company called Brok'n TV, with the intention to develop and produce television and internet content.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It only took me a few lines to understand how real this author is. He doesn't beat around the bush or sneak secret messages between the lines but goes head on with his ideals ( not afraid to spill a few cuss words here and there). He uses modern slang and dictions we, the youth in this generation, can relate to while calling us out on a few of our character faults ( especially in our black communities). I not only enjoyed his poetry but inspires me for my own.