The first thing I thought when I met C. J. about two years ago was “Who are you and how do I get to know you more?” Love at first sight you might say. Her colorful personality, bubbling energy and big smile are completely addicting.
This August she released her new poetry book “Mother, May I”. Reviews are already out:
“A brilliant, intricately woven rendition of stigmas, family rules, love and pain that stains the soul.” ~Una Bruhns, Poet, Creative Writer, Vancouver, BC, Canada
“…In this autobiographical collection abounding in images from BB guns to drowned kittens, the shadow cast by her mother, “born too early for the age of Aquarius,” inhabits the pages either as a bodily presence, a memory, or as a ghost who is “not here” but “everywhere…” ~Paul Fisher, Bellingham, Washington, author of Rumors of Shore
Congratulations on the release of…
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