Poetic Moods

by Linda Johnson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 07/07/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781524602178

About the Book

Poetic Moods is refreshing and stimulating, quick to alter the mind and change the visual. Life Challenges/Wisdom-Covers the struggles with addiction, hardships, weight, plus some insightful advice. Relationships-The single life, the fascination, the complexities; to depicting two people from first impression, dating, marriage, to an unavoidable conclusion. This, That and the Other- Different subject matters, from one extreme to another, with added humor. Appreciation-An expression of gratitude. Bereavement-Memories of loved ones. A message to those that remain. Inspirational-A life changes, as one is grateful to the Lord, a prayer, and the origin of sin. Occasions-Includes, messages for birthdays, father’s day, in sympathy, memorial day tribute, mother’s day, new year’s day, and valentine’s day. Vote- Encouraging and stressing the importance.

About the Author

LINDA D. JOHNSON is a native of Indianapolis, Indiana. She produced co-hosted “Fiction, Fantasy, and Reality” on Channel 4 with Glenn Howard and Rev. James Hawkins. In addition, Ms. Johnson wrote the script, produced, directed, edited a three-one hour presentation of “Indiana Black Expo ’82” aired on cable. Other credits, mother in the video production, “Gang Fire”; projected youth violence, produced by Indianapolis’ Fire Department, Public Schools and the Police Department. Also, a spectator in HBO production, “Soul of the Game”; this explored events leading up to the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1945, starred Blair Underwood. For years, Ms. Johnson performed with Freetown Village, a living history museum about African-American life in Indiana. She graduated from Bristol University, receiving the degree of associate of business science in business administration accounting. Furthermore, Ms. Johnson wrote the Accounting Manual while employed by Bright House Networks, Inc. had publication in The Afro-American Journal, have recited her poems at events.