Attempting to Define Relations Everyday through our actions words stories we tell and don t tell we are attempting to relate Relating to others and to our surroundings is sometimes difficult and frightening In these pages those

  • Title: Attempting to Define: Relations
  • Author: H.M. Jones
  • ISBN: 9781496021113
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everyday through our actions, words, stories we tell and don t tell, we are attempting to relate Relating to others and to our surroundings is sometimes difficult and frightening In these pages, those ups and downs are displayed Thank you for trying to relate with me.

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    About “H.M. Jones

    1. H.M. Jones says:

      H.M Jones is the B.R.A.G Medallion author of Monochrome, to be re released by Feminine Collective in Aug 2016 She is also responsible for the Attempting to Define poetry quartet and has contributed a short story to Master s of Time A Sci Fi and Fantasy Time Travel Anthology, entitled The Light Storm of 2015 A bestseller only in her mind, Jones pays the electric bill by teaching English and research courses at Northwest Indian College Jones is also the moderator for Elite Indie Reads, a review website for Indie and Self published books.Besides buying enough second hand books to fill a library, Jones loves to spend time helping her preschoolers grow into thinking, feeling citizens of this world, run, weave, pull with the Port Gamble S Klallam Canoe Family and attempt to deserve her handsome husband, who is helping pay the other bills until his wife becomes the next big thing.



    2 thoughts on “Attempting to Define: Relations

    1. This book spoke to me, probably because I felt like I could relate to almost every poem. These poems will give you a glimpse into the soul of an introvert, and if you are one, you will likely feel like they are about you. This is the first book of poetry that I've read recently where I really felt like I connected and the poems really made an impression on me. I especially liked "You know, Facebook, I Don't KNOW That Person."Copy received through the First Reads giveaway program.

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