A Bridge Over Troubled Water

by Renee’ Drummond-Brown



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/27/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781546255987
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781546256007
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781546255994

About the Book

Because literature needed to be extended across oceans, over mountaintop heights and/or valley lows by our ancestors, a bridge was assembled to link the messages through poetry to the masses by networking one to another. It interconnected the past to the present and together, the bond operates as a linkage toward the future. Their device was genius and the dialect was sheer brilliance. A bridge over troubled water served our ancestors purpose of preserving the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

About the Author

Renee’ Drummond-Brown is a renowned author from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Geneva College of Western Pennsylvania and The Center for Urban Biblical Ministry (CUBM). Renee’ is still in pursuit of excellence towards her mark for higher education. She is an accomplished poetess with experience in creative writing and authored several books to her credit. Her work has recently been nominated by the Scarlet Leaf Review's list for “Best of the Net” nominations, 2018. September, 2018, Wildfire Publications Magazine awarded Renee’s poem "BLACK CRIMES MATTER" Poem of the month. She has numerous works published globally which can be seen in cubm.org/news, KWEE Magazine (Liberian L. Review), Leaves of Ink Magazine, Raven Cage Poetry and Prose Ezine, Scarlet Leaf Publishing House, SickLit Magazine, The Metro Gazette Publishing Company, Inc., Tuck, and Whispers Magazine, amongst many others. Because her work is viewed on a global scale this solidifies her as a force to be reckoned within the literary world of poetry. Renee’ is inspired by non-other than Dr. Maya Angelou, because of her, Renee’ posits “Still I write, I write, and I’ll write!”