418 Epiphany Lane

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AuthorHouse, Jul 1, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
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The journey to 418 Epiphany Lane begins at lost and ends at found. This urban infused book of poetry represents the many ambushes of life, and will evoke an array of emotions based on the robust foundation in which it was written. This book seizes life in its most authentic state. The highs, the lows, the loves, and the losses paint the picture of a life once lived. 418 Epiphany Lane houses as much love as it does solitude. This bona fide book of poetry will ignite the readers remembrance of a journey once traveled and define real life experiences. From bucketing tears to conquering fears and all that lies between, this book will not only delight you in the way that it is relative, but it's showcase of emotion will leave you in search of your own inner Epiphany Lane. Epiphany Lane is a hectic street in an emotional city. The walls of the mind are where all things begin and end....

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About the author (2011)

Urban infused writer Kelly Seltzer-McBride's pedigree runs as "Deep South" as the Gulf Coast humidity. After frequenting the West Coast and being raised on the Gulf Coast, she was no stranger to exposure. A bit more advanced than The Deep South, and a tad slower than "Out West" eventually the desire for something more than the familiar laid back way of life in Mobile, Alabama peeked her interest. She had Atlanta, Georgia on her mind, but little did she know life as an adult would soon commence. Though she nonchalantly stirred around the Atlanta area, 418 Epiphany Lane always felt like home. I always fancied writing, but my mother encouraged it's presence to the forefront because I was quite vocal as a child. My thoughts advanced over time, as did my words, and then came significance, thanks to my two daughters Ashanti and Jamie McBride who I call "my eye openers". Thank God "I am that I am." -Kelly Seltzer - McBride

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