The Last Day On The Earth to be released
Jeffrey Lynn Hines, Heartland writer cuts to the chase in his third book, The Last Day On The Earth. He has also authored Life in “Corporate America: 2041” and “Ninety Miles: A Book of Poetry also published by America Star books.
Hines writes about his new book, The Last Day on Earth, Too many times poetry books come across as unrealistic and a little corny. In The Last Day On Earth Hines will bring you thoughts, poems, and some prose that address the reality of life.
As a result, some will be rough around the edges or little Raw, but it will be relevant. It will be real!
Subjects like Suicide, Alzheimer’s, Cancer, Friends, Love, politics and more will be found in The Last Day On Earth.
This writer will explore issues of all kinds, stretch the boundaries of a genre and combine several in a unique way to communicate real life. The Reader will be served a “Slice of Life” in a way most books will not!
He writes “Still despite the setbacks, we celebrate life for whatever it brings, Life is an opportunity that beacons us.”
The Last Day on The Earth is about the ins and outs of a life that’s fit for living in between your first breath to your last.
Live today, breathe deep, and embrace whatever this life brings.
You can preview this book on Connexxions-Books by Jeff Face Book and pre order the book before its release through the author or at www.Americastarbooks.com
His first Book, Life in Corporate America: 2041 takes place in 2041, after 25 years of Conservative government. The Corporations have become Owners/Operators of Counties/Cities/States and the Federal Government “For Profit”.
His second book, Ninety Miles: A book of poetry is a collection of poems.
Much like the words to your favorite song or that special greeting card you received, “Ninety Miles” will reach out to you for so many good reasons. You will find poetry that is fresh, heartfelt and sensitive to Gods’ leading without being driven by all that Poetic mumbo jumbo you learned in school.
Mini-Reviews and Power Points of all three books are available to the press or readers.