Facebook Virtual Event happening @ http://www.facebook.com/groups/shahsight where the interviews will be held. So please mark your calendars and come out to the pre-party/Soiree under the Facebook events and then the interviews at the above links. Look for more guests and surprises in the month of March also. If you like to join in on the entertainment live show or to become a fan of the link above Contact Shah Fazli, and you too can have fun and promote your books and services, and of course you. the unique YOU. ***************************************************** March 2013 Be in the Spotlight Facebook Event and Interview with Shah Fazli, Be on the Spotlight and guests
Matthew has an artwork site and a Facebook Site, that displays his art and other talents.
As he will display "please tell all your friends...you will also get a sneak peek of the comic I am writing at the event." So come and have fun and learn about authors, artists and all who registered to be interview at the Be in the Spotlight.
Reyna Hawk is a 44 year old mother of one son and grandmother to one beautiful 3 year old little girl. Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio Reyna has always loved writing and story-telling. Her passion for telling stories began at a very young age when she was making up stories to tell her school friends. Reyna has an Associate of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology. She is the author of the Valentine/Petrilo Trilogy and Angels & Arrows.
As a reader, reading each story and poem, and as an observer, observing the artwork in this anthology, my heart bleeds, my eyes cry, and my soul soars. There are contributions from authors and artists around the world. This book is insightful, thoughtful and an inspiration through expressions of grief. There are stories of observers, of life experiences and of anguish. Some stories are dedicated to the angels, by singing their names in print. The authors wanted to express their solidarity and acknowledgment to the grieving as well to raise the consciousness of humanity, and to demonstrate how pain affects us all. There are 40 authors who have created dedications to all of the angels that departed from us too early. These stories are an accumulation of the welling pain of so many senseless brutal actions against innocent people, and a tribute written for the latest angels and all others who departed too early. This is a treasure and could be a healing balm to the families and all affected by this. It is my hope that this anthology may be one of the many steps towards action to stop violence. So please preview, buy, and go to sleep tonight knowing you invested in the school fund and became secret angels to heal the community wounded by this senseless and brutal offence. This powerful anthology was created by authors and artists who wanted to express their emotions, and at the same time assist the families and survivors with donations. Thus, this labor of love was born, and all proceeds are donated to the school fund managed by the United Way. This is an investment that will help many. The anthology is filled with light and dark expressive stories and poems, which work to bring attention to unite people in this time of grief, and help them heal. Hopefully others learn, and offer kind actions, or at least take a look at a deep and insightful book such as this.
Angels Cried pays tribute to the victims of Sandy Hook elementary with some of the most moving poetry and prose you will find. Each writer struggles in their own way to understand a horrible tragedy. But, it is not all directly related to the events. The authors bring hope with other inspirational work. In this, Angels Cried is a catharsis for a world, nation and community in mourning. It is an important book for an important cause, benefiting the victims and their families. You will be better for having read this emotional and powerful collection. I have a few criticisms. I thought the elements taking place in heaven were a bit repetitive. They were all heartfelt and beautiful in their own right, but together felt a bit wearing. I felt with some of the fiction it strayed too far from the point as well.