The Book Of Love

by Clive Alando Taylor



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/28/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781477226100
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781477226117

About the Book

I mean what is Love, and what are we with it, and what are we without it, as even I have been challenged to open up this the book of love with such curiosity, and with such sincere intensity, so as to attempt to defy all reason and logic, to tell you that I Love you, and whether you believe it or not, or whether you accept this statement as having any real meaning or impact upon you or not, or if indeed you view this statement as being non personal in relation and reference to you or not, or as to whom I should be, or could be addressing if not you, and whether these words really connect, or reflect, or affect you in any way, as you read this the book of love.

About the Author

As a writer and as an artist I have very much felt compelled and driven by the need to write and to explore the many varied themes and ideas that have all too often engaged and entered into the psyche of my mind, as I soon began to realize that through this medium of creative writing that this was going to be for me, the one and only relative art forms with which I could express my innermost voice and thoughts. As I soon found out that writing had somewhat kept me feeling safe and sound, if not sane, within the surroundings and confines of my own world and imagining, as I do believe that the art of writing for me has always been an enjoyable gift of expression that has allowed me to explore and to journey beyond the ordinary and the mundane perceptions of my own experience, and to analyze the different ways and means of communicating through this language and medium the subjects and ideas that I would otherwise not in any other social context. As I believe that the written word is very much an important tool of expression, and a much more influential and powerful agent of illuminating and direct communication than what I would naturally use to engage and exchange in my everyday conversations, although as of now I feel that I have arrived at a penultimate stage of my writing where I am somewhat without boundaries or limitations which has for me by far been my only goal and challenge to accept and use my gift in this way. Clive Alando Taylor