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Poesy Rainbow: NaPoWriMo 2014 (NaPoWriMo, #1)

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A new entry in their poetry collections, Poesy Rainbow is the result of T.C. Harrison's participation during the month of April in NaPoWriMo 2014. Featured in this collection are thirty poems which were inspired by the author's thoughts, feelings, reflections, and life experiences. Each poem is meant to inspire the reader as well as reflect upon the world at large.
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Published April 14th 2016 by Self-published through Smashwords (first published April 27th 2014)
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The Musings of a Blerd is a writer, poet, and self-published author T.C. Harrison.

Between 2011 to 2016 the author wrote for a myriad of pop culture sites, before retiring. Six of T.C.’s comic book stories were published in the Womanthology and Grayhaven Comic’s The Gathering anthologies. Their short story “Uirusu” was first featured in the August 2014 Apocalyptic Fiction issue of The Sirens Call E