Angel Babies II

Zyxven The Sanctuary Of Haven

by Clive Alando Taylor



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/7/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 72
ISBN : 9781481780131
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 72
ISBN : 9781481780148

About the Book

Not only as an Author but also as an Artist it has always been for me a hard and enduring task to attempt to reflect the true nature or depth of clarity needed, to not only address my own personal struggle with the truth with which I have felt compelled to try to bring into the light, but also to address within the context of this semi-religious story, an attempt to try to explain or at least define a universal truth if only to demonstrate to my readership a somewhat unorthodox approach to a perception of reality that we all question concerning our lives every day, as well as our love, and our losses, and our mortality, and our relationships with each other. As I know that these thoughts and ideas are not simply mine alone, or simply unique to me in my own enduring experience, and so I can only hope and pray that I have at least found a trace of commonality in the writing of this book, that can help to assist and to allow my readership to take particular note of the messages to be found in this the final chapter of the Angel Babies. Clive Alando Taylor

About the Author

As a young boy at school, I always found myself playing with words & rhymes especially when it came to writing poetry, it wasn't the fact that I was especially gifted or talented but it was mainly my enthusiasm, and style & ability to be creative with words and rhyme in my own unique way, although in this day and age some may regard this as a small degree of autism but I’m not quite certain about that, as many of my peers could be just as challenging and inventive about writing prose. When I left school at the age of 16 I attended dance school and was as far removed from literature as anyone could possibly be, but I always kept a diary and also decided to study English Language part time. During break time and in between classes once again I would find myself writing & exploring various themes using rap, rhyme and spoken word to amuse myself and my fellow classmates with. At that time I didn't take it too seriously but I loved the fact that through expression along with the effect of creative writing was becoming an inspiration to me as well as a positive tool for expression.