Progressive Digression: A Book of Poetry

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A collection of mostly free verse poems written throughout the author’s adolescence and young adulthood. This is the familiar story of striving for progression, while continuously digressing. It is an attempt to show the struggle that we all face in growing: we move on, but not always forward, and not always in a straight line. More

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Words: 11,630
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781311261922
About Jordan M Ehrlich

I am a software developer in Wichita, KS, and have my Master's in Computer Science from the University of Kansas. I am divergent, as I have both a mathematical, computer-driven side, as well as a verbal, literature-driven side. I enjoy humor immensely, as well as history and, most of all, my faith in Jesus Christ is extremely important to me. "World of Shawn," my first Young Adult novel, is my attempt to combine all of these into one story.
I am a big fan of "Harry Potter," "LOTR," "Narnia," and "The Hunger Games," as well as classic TV such as "The Three Stooges," Don Knotts, and "Laurel & Hardy"; their influences are apparent in my work.

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Review by: Denise-Marie Rosohac on Feb. 14, 2018 :
I received a free copy from LibraryThing in exchange for a review. The poetry/story are complex, thoughtful and spiritual with a fresh insight. This is poetry for the modern age, definitely not old and stuff like high school poetry class.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

Review by: Jae b on Jan. 04, 2016 : (no rating)
Loved this book! Left me wanting more and more! "Blanket" was a great-dark poetry and awesome writing. This author really "creates" and I will look for more Ehrlich stories! Highly recommend for short story and poetry lovers! Had to read all 95 pages in one sitting so make sure you have time to do so or you'll be destracted all day worrying to get back to this book, mark my words!
(review of free book)

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