Spaded Truths: Themes and Proclamations

Indulge in Spaded Truths: Themes and Proclamations-a delectable mix of creative uses of the letters A-Z with social and political viewpoints from the twisted mind of Queen of Spades. This dish is engineered to provoke multitudes of reactions to reach the ultimate pinnacle: mental stimulus and satisfaction. More

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About Queen of Spades

Queen of Spades has been writing since the age of 11. She made my Internet poetry debut in the mid 1990's at Fireseek (later renamed Urban Poetic), then branched out to participate in International House of Poets as well as venture into spoken word with talents featured at Vocalized Ink, House of Ra, and Prysmatic Dreams . During her tenure as member turned administrator at Urban Poetic, she hosted a poetry collective, Soulful Branches: Simply Words with accompanying CD, Soulful Branches: Words and Sounds.

Her current works include: Reflections of Soul , the Eclectic collection (featuring Skin Edition and Beyond the Skin), Spaded Truths: Themes and Proclamations , and Private Pain: Amidst These Ashes . Private Pain: Amidst These Ashes earned Queen of Spades the distinction of being an Amazon Best Selling Author. The older editions of Spaded Truths and Private Pain were retired earlier this year (2014).

Past featured projects:
Her works were featured in the poetry anthology: Words of Fire and Ice by Durham Editing and E-books in late April 2014, which put her on the map as a Smashwords Best Selling Author. She also made a second appearance in the Durham Editing and E-books short story anthology, Summer Shorts II: Best Kept Secrets in June 2014.

In addition, she was part of The Sea of Conscience with author M.J. Holman and was part of Continuous Drips, alongside Da'Kharta Rising and Synful Desire.

Future project includes the 1st All Authors Publishing House Anthology Concordant Vibrancy.

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