Books by Author - Ai to An
Laughing at the Sky Poetry
“Laughing at the Sky is a charming “web of words” whose inspirations range from Lao-tze to Eckhart Tolle to Jack Kerouac. Through a down-pour of lines, fresh tender new growth displays its multiple potentials. The talent is obvious, the energy genuine, the tempo of rapture is in the mode of tomorrow. Zaki Aizaz is “on the plane of the mind”. I am hopeful that one day a giant Sequoia of his poetry will tower toward the sky, laughing or solemn, to shelter our fragile lives.” -Zhang Er, Ph.D.
Vessels Unto Honor Religion
In too much of modern life, people who claim to be religious are not living up to their responsibilities to God. People who should be the Light and Salt of the World are bringing shame and disgrace to His church as they fail to live up to His commandments for us. It is His desire that whosoever be called by the name of the Lord shall be set apart, to be used by the Master as His instrument. When everything a person says and does reflects honor to the Lord, that person can truly be said to be a Vessel Unto Honor.
We, as vessels, must strive to meet the standards put down by Jesus Christ at all times, either through ministry of the Word, through the administration of ordinances, or by some other duty that He has called upon us to perform in the expansion of His kingdom here on Earth.
That is the timely message of Vessels Unto Honor and one that will benefit all Christians everywhere.
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The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying Poetry
The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying is a collection of poems straight from the heart. Through good times and bad, the poetry of Geoffrey Alexander describes personal experiences, dreams, hopes, and fears that strike a chord in all of us. His insights run the gamut from life and death, through hunger and starvation, to life's most precious moments. The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying mirrors the human spirit, highlighting our foibles from his unique perspective.
The Ouida Link Contemporary Novel
Ouida was the pseudonym of Maria Louise De La Ramée, English novelist, known for her extravagant melodramatic romances of fashionable life. She was a genius, but also undeniably insane. In The Ouida Link, a modern-day woman becomes oddly linked to Ouida; so like, yet unlike, the mad, capricious author.
The Round Table Writers Contemporary Novel
Old ’60s-type university hippie heads will have your heads spinning in this wild and willy-nilly tribute to the G.T. (Green Tit) via Lady B’s internship with the I-BROWS—Institute of Baton Rouge Oxford Writers. The book has numerous revealing photos and pictures. An art piece, The Round Table Writers won First Place for the New London Prose & Poetry Critics Award 2003 under its original title, Arrondi Ta’Bella! inspired by our 50th SJA class reunion.
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