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Yesterday's Dreams

J. Ann Bowers

A book of poems that interweaves nature, love, my past and my dreams. To me nature and love go hand-in-hand, a flower can describe so many emotions or a sunset can stand for the new day ahead or the ending of a love so dear to the heart.

Book Details

  • Publisher: J Ann Bowers
  • Publish Date: Jun 25th, 2024
  • Pages: 96
  • Language: English
  • Edition: undefined - undefined
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.23in - 0.29lb
  • EAN: 9798224956302
  • Categories: GeneralEmotionsMental Health

About the Author

Bowers, J. Ann: -

+ JAnn is an award-winning poet. She has written poetry for all ages. Her poetry pertains mostly to love, spiritualism, inspirational quotes, life events and especially her love for nature. She has experience in academic research writing on all subjects, from business management to art history, which earns her great respect among her colleagues and professors. She was also a participant on the Dean's and President's list at Capella University in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

+ JAnn was a member of Double Decker Books where her books have been promoted successfully in the past by KayCee K. JAnn was voted poet of the year for 2015 & 2016 by Double Decker Books. Her books have been Amazon best sellers. She has written 9 poetry books.

​+ JAnn is a strong supporter of Autism Awareness and Ulcerative Colitis Awareness for her son, Hayden was diagnosed with both. She is a lover of the 80's music scene, folk music, and rock music, especially the songs that take her back to her younger years. She spends her time enjoying the outdoors of Montana, reading Ann Rule books, or watching true crime stories and historical documentaries. She also has a love for genealogy and has spent 7 years researching her family tree. She recently received a certificate in Genealogy from Universal Class. She also enjoys yoga, and she finds comfort in meditating to help release the anxiety from her PTSD and her chronic pain from Fibromyalgia. She is a major coffee drinker, and she believes the power of her pen and paper should not be tampered with. She finds peace and solitude when she is writing.