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The Sun Is Snowing: Poetry & Prose by C. Joybell C

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Very first published work by the Author C. JoyBell C.; this book of poetry and prose is an open invitation to be human!

The Sun Is Snowing has been described by many as "a masterpiece" while others have said that it is "the key of angels"; "profound"; "passionate and romantic"; "beautiful" and "like an intimate talk with a friend."

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Paperback, First Edition, 112 pages
Published April 14th 2010 by Authorhouse
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Recommends it for: Philosophers, lovers of travel, poetry. Theorists and thinkers. From children—the elderly.
Very moving thoughts packaged into a very easy-to-swallow book! Like strong medicine placed in an elegant violet bottle. Many of the philosophies are good for children to learn at a young age, while the photography is a subtle journey all on it's own, with pictures taken by the author herself, as well as those contributed by photographers from various corners of the world. The theories are new, thought-provoking, and deceitfully simple to look at because of the book packaging, but in reality are ...more
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C. JoyBell C. is best known for her love of cake, especially that of the red velvet nature. She is the author of poetry and literature books delving mainly into the mysterious, the philosophical and the esoteric. Her words are quoted by movers and shakers of this age (people she often refers to as being "much bigger" than herself) and have become a genuine source of inspiration, transformation and ...more
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