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Book Title: Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World|
The author of the book: Aberjhani
Edition: Black Skylark Singing
Date of issue: November 1st 2008
ISBN 13: 9781435734203
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 22.52 MB
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Written by the co-author of ""ELEMENTAL, the Power of Illuminated Love,"" and ""Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance,"" the novel CHRISTMAS WHEN MUSIC ALMOST KILLED THE WORLD is a lot like an extended song on the beguiling nature of life, love, death, and music. Enter the world of Danny Blue and you enter one where few things are exactly as they seem and yet everything is filled with powerful meaning and significance. "Coping with the death of his girlfriend would probably be a lot easier for Danny Blue if superstar musicians, strange cults, and a certain ghost could just leave him to his pain. The only problem is that none of them will. The fact that he seems to be changing from an ordinary human into something very different doesn't help very much either." --from PUBLICATION NOTES
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Read information about the authorLong-time advocate of principles and programs associated with PEN American Center and the Academy of American Poets. My newest books are: Songs from the Black Skylark zPed Music Player, Journey through the Power of the Rainbow Quotations from a Life Made Out of Poetry, Visions of a Skylark Dressed in Black; and THE RIVER OF WINGED DREAMS. In addition,the year 2017 marks the 9th anniversary of ELEMENTAL The Power of Illuminated Love with the artist Luther E. Vann.
I'm currently working on several important projects, including a second edition of The American Poet Who Went Home Again. In addition, I have had the honor of serving as an editor for the Civil War Savannah Book Series published in commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War. The first title in the series is Savannah Immortal City published February 1, 2011; and the second is Brokers Bankers and Bay Lane Inside the Savannah Slave Trade.
I don't recall a time since adolescence when I have not been involved in a deep relationship with writing, reading, and other forms of creative expression, which is why I remained so deeply involved with Creative Thinkers International for many years.
In addition to the honor of being a Goodreads author, I am presently a member of PEN America, the American Academy of Poets, Authors on Google +, and other verb-oriented communities.
Prior to joining any of the above, I was born in Savannah, Georgia, eventually left to attend colleges around the country, and served in the U.S. Air Force for 8 years total.
I lucked out and got so furiously inspired in the course of producing some of my work that folks were kind enough to give me awards for it. These include the CONNECT SAVANNAH 2006 Readers Poll for Best Poet and Spoken Word Artist; the Choice Academic Title Award for "Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance," (co-authored by Sandra L. West); the Thomas Jefferson Journalism Award; and the Freedom Foundation essay competition bronze medal.
The year 2007 marked my 10th publishing works in ESSENCE Magazine.
I'm particularly happy about the fact that my "Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance" was listed by Black Issues Book Review as one of its “essential reference books for the home library.”
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