4 a.m. A Collection

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A collection of essays and poems by a chronic insomniac covering topics such as life, love, marriage, parenthood, pregnancy, infertility, loss, grief, and healing.

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Published: Aug. 02, 2012
Words: 19,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476264226
About Amber Jerome~Norrgard

Amber Jerome~Norrgard was first published in her hometown's paper at the age of seventeen. Since then, she's used writing as a free form of therapy to celebrate the best parts of her life, and to work through the rough experiences. She is author of the bestselling collection of poetry, "The Color of Dawn," as well as "4 a.m.," a poetry and essay collection, and “Wanting” a collection of short erotic stories. She is co-creator, and co-host of “TweepNation with Amber and Dionne,” a weekly podcast loosely related to Twitter and Independent Authors. She is currently working on her psychology degree, and lives in Dallas, Texas, with her family.

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Reviews

Review by: Kim Stapf on Dec. 06, 2012 : star star star star star
This book blew me away. It had every inch of my attention when reading it. This author bares her soul, the good, bad, worst times in her life. She writes about tender memories about her children and the pain of how they came into the world. She writes about being a woman, marriage. My emotions were raw with this read. Only a great author can bring that out in a reader. Every book I read from this author gets better. Her poetry( you get a taste of that in this book) rocks my world, and now so does her stories. You must check her books out!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ben Ditmars on Nov. 14, 2012 : star star star star star
I've written in previous reviews how much I appreciate the passion and honesty with which this author writes. Her collection 4 a.m. is no exception. She is raw in her execution, without fear. You do not have to be a woman to understand her pain; you must only be human.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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