Jah's Boogie: The Ballad Box

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AuthorHouse, Mar 1, 2009 - Fiction - 116 pages
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Stephanie Gordon bounces back with her second literary gem "Jah's Boogie: the ballad box." Stephanie opens up and shares with her readers once again in her earthy, transparent style of writing. "Jah's Boogie" digs into current issues, personal and worldly, including the electrifying 2008 Presidential election year. Stephanie gets involved alongside her mother and together, they become cheerleaders for the beauty of democracy. Stephanie shares her grief on the loss of her mother who ultimately succumbs to a terminal lung disease. This beautiful journal of poetry and prose is jazzy and thoughtful which includes simple thoughts, hopes and life lessons Stephanie openly shares. Honest and transparent, "Jah's Boogie: the ballad box" is lyrical and philosophical and builds from a base of Love for community and personal responsibility.
 

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