The Love Of All Things Dark

The Love Of All Things Dark

by Andrew James Wells

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Overview

The Love Of All Things Dark by Andrew James Wells

Nine poems that linger in the darkness awaiting for you to come and embrace them. These are poems I have added to my website but wanted to get them on paper so people can download them on their devices to enjoy, for free.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151870733
Publisher: Andrew James Wells
Publication date: 04/14/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 584,940
File size: 88 KB

About the Author

Andrew James Wells, born on 11th September 1975, is an English author originally from the small village of Yarm and now residing in Stockton. Andrew started writing when he was fifteen years of age where he started writing poetry based on life experiences and issues he felt strongly about, these can be seen in his poetry book ‘Past Visions’. Since writing, what is known now as, Past Visions in 1991, Andrew took a huge break before starting again in 2012 with a new writing method and a more mature outlook to his work. Again this poetry was based on his own experiences and issues he felt strongly about, starting with the eBook ‘Shattered Glass Mind’. Andrew has always had a passion of how words, especially accompanied by music, could create a mood, a feeling and a range of emotions, and in some circumstances create a connection between the writer and the reader. Andrew put this into practice with his recent writing, the ability to connect with others and write about issues that affect us all. Andrew is currently working on his first fiction book Soil For The Rose.

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The Love Of All Things Dark 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You always find a way to relate to the poems
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some were sort of cliche. But there were some really nice lines and ideas in there. ENJOYED IT. :)