Special Effects

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Ever have trouble remembering a password for a computer program? This fun/serious/futuristic book of poetry offers up a number of topics, including the password topic. Ranging from humorous to serious concepts, and finally depicting an almost apocalyptic future, the poems represent the human search for meaning and identity. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 4,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476342825
About Sue Binder

I have written most of my life. While still a pre-schooler, I once got in trouble for scribbling in the back of a book. I continued writing throughout school, working on high school and college newspapers, and eventually getting a BA in journalism and creative writing. I have worked as a newspaper writer and editor, as well as a variety of other jobs, such as a substitute teacher, college instructor, and even an Avon saleslady. Currently I hold two master degrees and am a Licensed Professional Counseler and Licensed Addictions Counselor, working in a private prison. I love to read, favorites being Tony Hillerman, Henning Mankill and Patrick Taylor, as well as Steve Barry. I love music, current favorites being Celtic Thunder and Josh Groban. My pride and joy are my four children and five grandchildren. I reside in Southeast Colorado, where I continue to write. My current burning desire is a trip to Ireland. Special thank you to my sister, Sandy, for encouraging me to follow her path to Smashwords.

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Review by: T. Alden Clamor on May 21, 2012 :
Like many poet's work, you have to rummage through a lot of chaff before you could find the grain. But once you found the grain, it is so nourishing to the soul, you would like to read the words again and again, contemplate the meaning and be enriched by the insight. Like good wine, you would like to savor the flavor and dwell on it. I recommend Sue Binder's work to anyone and everyone who would like to be inspired and be enriched by her poetry.
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Review by: Sandy Grissom on May 20, 2012 :
Readc slowly and savour it.
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Review by: Sandy Grissom on May 11, 2012 : (no rating)
I so envy those who write poetry that touches me. Special Effects does just that. It makes a person think but more than that it tells me a lot about the author. First Amendment is my favorite. Meditate also on Semnatics and The Median. But it's all really good stuff.
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