Book Tours: Starter Day Party Thy Paintbrush to Abstracting Images

I’m hosting the starter day party today for the book tour for poetry book “Thy Paintbrush to Abstracting Images”. Enjoy the book tour!

Tour Schedule

April 17th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

April 18th: Promo Post @ Bloggers from Down Under

April 21st:  Book Excerpt @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

April 23rd: Book Excerpt @ Books, Dreams, Life

April 25th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading

April 29th: Promo Post @ Paranormal Romance…And Beyond

May 1st: Book Review @ Read Day and Night

May 3rd: Author Interview @ Two Heartbeats

May 5th: Book Excerpt @ The Bookworm Lodge

May 6th: Book Excerpt @ Just Books

May 9th: Promo Post @ Mello & June, It’s A Book Thing

May 11th: Promo Post @ Laura’s Interests

May 13th: Book Review @ Triquetra Reviews

May 15th: Promo Post @ Indy Book Fairy

May 17th: Book Review @ The Resistance

About the Book

Title: Thy Paintbrush to Abstracting Images

Author: Shavonda Robinson

Genre: Poetry

A collection of poems that will take readers on a constant journey by creating a world between an abundant imagination and reality based situations.

This poet has a way of waving her magic wand and putting up a persuasive point of view.

This poet also has super pen powers on the page with a creativity level that cannot be tamed and she will dazzle you with her captivating gift when it comes to connecting with others by using images and musicality to tell different poetic stories throughout the entire book.

Author Bio

Shavonda Robinson is an accomplished writer whose credits include being published in a few anthologies and magazines. She also is the founder of Create something for the future an online poetry magazine for upcoming poets and writers. She has won a few awards in poetry and songwriting.

She is inspired by the power of words when it comes to transforming ourselves and our thoughts by the written word.

She lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her two beautiful children.

Links

Amazon (Kindle)

Amazon (Paperback)

Comments

  1. First of all I love how the cover of the book really compliments the title.
    Representing poems as tiny abstract paintings in our mind is absolutely brilliant, you truly have an extensive imagination. If the content of this book is just a spark of the brilliance of this design then we are in for quite a read!

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