Raised In Metro Detroit, A.M.Sawyer spent his early years living on his Grandparent's Horse Farm. Back then, his hopes and dreams never had any involvement in art of any kind. Instead, he dreamed of becoming a Meteorologist and a Storm Chaser. Even while attending Armada Schools in those early days, putting pen to paper had nothing on the skies above.
By his High School years, A.M.Sawyer had moved in with his mom and was enrolled in Anchor Bay Schools. Even though Meteorology was still at the front of his mind, it was becoming clear that writing was a crucial part. Writing his first poem at age 12, a decent sized collection had amounted by the time of his Graduation in 2000.
Heading off to college at Lake Superior State University, A.M.Sawyer was only able to make it a year, before truly understanding just what he was meant to do. However, before writing could take hold in his life, some personal healing was desperately needed. Facing issues that haunted him since he was a child, and with the help of some incredible people along the way, this young author was finally able to take his first true breath of fresh air in 2005.
Now, With both poems and books published, and his own line of posters popping up, A.M.Sawyer is set to take main stream media head on. What lies ahead for this husband and father? Only time will tell.
Thank you and God Bless.
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- In Dark Times
on Feb. 09, 2012
Through pain, passion, prejudice, and pleasure, this series of poems and short stories definitely live up to the title. From the "A Tale of the Heart" series, which is drenched with emotion and very well written, to "Forever a Secret", which is joyfully scandalous, the short stories here are a perfect, and interesting, part of the batch. For poetry, there are several traditional style poems mixed in with some of a unique design. Either way, they're very well written, and powerful to boot. As a constructive critique to the Author, I only have to add that there are some noticeable grammatical errors, that might distract some readers. Overall, I will be reading this great collection again, including the awesome sneak peeks at upcoming works "The Living Nightmare" and "Eve's Hell". Don't miss out, get it and read it, because you'll love it.
- Man Hunter
on Feb. 18, 2012
I love stories that even mention Secret Organizations, and this short story is no different. Such a unique twist on the hunters becoming the hunted, with greed turning on itself. It was hard to write a review on this without spoilers, because I just want to talk about what the next step will be. That is also the only thing that bugs me, is the fact that this is so short, and feels incomplete. As this may be the Author's intention, I don't consider it that bad of a issue. Read it, love it, because if you miss it, you just might regret it. Happy Reading
- From The Heart Poems
on May 20, 2012
I received this for free from the Author in exchange for an Honest review. This is a likable little collection of Poetry, mixing in some humor with mostly emotional topics. I don't believe this warrants the Adult-content rating, just a friendly Advisory to readers in the Synopsis. It does contain Adult Content, but nothing that would be considered explicit.
The Good: As poems are basically strong emotions or situations being described in verse, this does a great job. Also, I can tell that the basics of each poem showed originality and creativity from the Author. One more thing, the Author was very successful in displaying powerful Emotions with some powerful poems.
The Bad: Even though some of the Poems were a great success in describing and expressing Strong Emotions, others fell flat. There were definitely more than a few, including the first one, that tried so hard to show the emotion it was describing, but poor flow and over description made it feel emotionless. Happily, this is only relevant in a small percentage of the poems, but I do suggest the Author change the first poem, as that is one of the culprits.
Overall, I give it a 3.2 out of 5 Stars, I liked it, and some of them made me want to really like it, but than others took it away from me. Thanks and Happy Reading