The Good Poet by K.D. Gates, Barbara Washington
Feed, Fortify & Fulfill the soul
A personal message from the author:
Rejection, molestation, and mental abuse (to name a few) didn't just come to my front door; they've intruded onto many. So, I thought I'd courageously confront the issue, which is why I wrote The Good Poet.
The Good Poet is more than a book; it's a treasure fortified by thirty years of ups, downs, struggles, pain, laughter, life, and success. Honestly, it's the foundation destined to help us become the best versions of ourselves. And, who wouldn't want that?
The best part, this healing isn't a lengthy manuscript of jargon or difficult words, it's simple, yet powerful quotes and notes capable of healing and fortifying the very soul. The writings in The Good Poet are bits and pieces of life and are relatable to everyone; this is what I love about the book!
I know you will love The Good Poet too!
— K.D. Gates
To jump off the cliff or sit on the ledge – that's the question you need to answer. If you've ever found yourself on the ledge, Then you need this book!
In her book, The Good Poet, K.D., boldly confronts the painful residue of rejection, abuse, molestation, and self-doubt through the power of quotes and healing notes. More than 200 invigorating quotes – “bits and pieces of life to feed, fortify, and fulfill the soul” cover the pages of this healing masterpiece while bestowing encouragement, restoration, confidence, and solitude to anyone brave enough to read it.Amazon
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