This has GOT to stop I have seen enough. The officers responsible for the murder of George Floyd should be arrested and charged with the aggravated murder of an unarmed black man. My heart is sick over this. I can't process this. And it is not even MY pain. This pain is a burden the … Continue reading I am SICK of Seeing Black People Killed for Jogging…or for BREATHING
Through the Eyes of a Poet series #6 Mohammed Junaid Khan and his wife and son. Through the Eyes of a Poet series by Christina M. WardFeatured Poet: Mohammed Junaid Khan Objective: To encourage people to broaden their reading interests through poetry, support the poetry community, and introduce you to poets and their personal stories. … Continue reading Let Me tell You About Poet Mohammed Junaid Khan
Through the Eyes of a Poet series #5 Poet Annie Bell Through the Eyes of a Poet series by Christina M. WardFeatured Poet: Annie BellObjective: To encourage people to broaden their reading interests through poetry, support the poetry community, and introduce you to poets and their personal stories.For updates on this series: Join this Author … Continue reading Introducing Poet Annie Bell
Through the Eyes of a Poet series #4 Through the Eyes of a Poet series by Christina M. WardFeatured Poet: Sylvia ClareObjective: To encourage people to broaden their reading interests through poetry, support the poetry community, and introduce you to poets and their personal stories.For updates on this series: Join this Author Newsletter. Sylvia Clare, … Continue reading Introducing Poet Sylvia Clare
Through the Eyes of a Poet series #2 Changing people's lives through teaching, mentorship, caring, and yes through POETRY! Sam H. Arnold, poet, writer, Author of The Detective Two Sam H. Arnold has made a lifetime of caring for others through her love of teaching and mentoring. Sam grew up in a small seaside village … Continue reading Introducing Poet Sam H. Arnold
Through the Eyes of a Poet series, #1 Nikki H Rose has come a long way from writing about a Marshmallow Queen in kindergarten, the first of her writings she remembers making her proud. Today she’s a well-educated English teacher with a knack for writing emotional and personal poetry. Setting the scenery for a poet … Continue reading Introducing Poet Nikki H. Rose in a Personal Interview on Her Poetry
Some very personal glimpses into the lives and hearts of these unique writers Image by Wokandapix from Pixabay Good morning friends, This morning I am getting started a bit early after wrestling with a very complicated jigsaw puzzle all night. I worked the puzzle app, Just Jigsaws, for hours yesterday, and though it relieved the … Continue reading Launching Poet Interviews Today
About a month ago I launched "organic," my first poetry collection. The reviews are coming in, and they are stellar. I invite you to read them and consider ordering a copy of this book for yourself. My book ratings today!!! #1651 in Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads#3671 in Poetry (Books)#590 in Poetry (Kindle Store)#16251 … Continue reading The Proof is in the Reviews
I think you'll really enjoy this conversation on poetry and inspiration Author's photo I am sure you have all heard the buzz. I have a new poetry book out called ::organic:: The reception has been humbling. Here are a few reviews that I have received so far: In addition to a wonderful reception for the … Continue reading Podcast Interview on Poetry–and Me!
It is a truly beautiful collection of poetry. The cover of my book. I am so proud of this long-awaited debut book. To order: organic--in paperback! organic--Kindle version! Order your copy now! I am pleased to have some wonderful recommendations written by other published authors and poets: Praise for organic: Christina Ward's poetry is heavy … Continue reading Celebrate with Me My Debut Book: Organic!!