G.M. Crook's book of poetry collection “Innerlight's: Eat and Drink My Words” will be featured by ReadersMagnet at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 24-27, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.
Committed to inspiring her readers, the author's beautifully weaved poetry lines provide a glimpse into the author's life going through abuse and trauma, and shares the author's reflections, deepest thoughts, and feelings on her ordeal in a desire to encourage her readers that it is very much possible to overcome adversities and live a happy life.
The author touched on a very relevant subject in today's society: trauma, abuse, and mental health. G.M. Crook's book added to the tone of urgency, the necessity for society to address these issues as soon as possible.
Crook's courageous stance of opening her story to the world through her book showed her innermost desire to help others and hope that people can find comfort and a better understanding of themselves.
A heartwarming piece of literature, “Innerlight's: Eat and Drink My Words”showcases poetry mastery, displaying the author's skill in rhythm and verse, making the book a must-read and must-have for poetry literature lovers.
Discover and bask in beautiful poems. Reflect on life's ultimate purpose and life's blessings. Grab a copy of “Innerlight's: Eat and Drink My Words” by G.M. Crook, available at Amazon, and visit the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022 for a chance to get up close and personal with “Innerlight's: Eat and Drink My Words” at the exhibition.
“Innerlight's: Eat and Drink My Words”
Author | G.M. Crook
Genre | Poetry
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published date | February 12, 2022
G.M Crook or Grace Maier-Crook resides in south-central Wisconsin. She belongs to an online writers group. She has written hundreds of poems, spanning from 1980 to the present day. Her work covers the human condition. Also, her word art. She wrote this book because it helped her cope with the loss of her husband. Her words are her own. Her thoughts are her own. “Love all of me, not just part of me,” she quotes. G.M. Crook believes her book will encourage others to open her to get through the highs and lows.
— WebWireID290673 —