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This is a collection of nearly 60 poems written during the author's travels for business and pleasure in both countries. There are humorous poems, lyrical and narrative poems, poems about dreams and more. The book is arranged as 12 chapters corresponding to the months of the year with humorous content beginning and ending each chapter. The substantial amount of original ph This is a collection of nearly 60 poems written during the author's travels for business and pleasure in both countries. There are humorous poems, lyrical and narrative poems, poems about dreams and more. The book is arranged as 12 chapters corresponding to the months of the year with humorous content beginning and ending each chapter. The substantial amount of original photography serves to enhance the presentation of this book. 16,195 words. Now available as a Kindle book on AMAZON and an APPLE iBook. It can also be found as a reflowable EPUB3 ebook on SCRIBD, KOBO, Barnes & Noble, INKTERA and BLURB. A "fixed format" EPUB is also available on BLURB. This format is said to be best for displaying photo and poetry books.


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This is a collection of nearly 60 poems written during the author's travels for business and pleasure in both countries. There are humorous poems, lyrical and narrative poems, poems about dreams and more. The book is arranged as 12 chapters corresponding to the months of the year with humorous content beginning and ending each chapter. The substantial amount of original ph This is a collection of nearly 60 poems written during the author's travels for business and pleasure in both countries. There are humorous poems, lyrical and narrative poems, poems about dreams and more. The book is arranged as 12 chapters corresponding to the months of the year with humorous content beginning and ending each chapter. The substantial amount of original photography serves to enhance the presentation of this book. 16,195 words. Now available as a Kindle book on AMAZON and an APPLE iBook. It can also be found as a reflowable EPUB3 ebook on SCRIBD, KOBO, Barnes & Noble, INKTERA and BLURB. A "fixed format" EPUB is also available on BLURB. This format is said to be best for displaying photo and poetry books.

6 review for A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A CROSS BORDER COMMUTER: Poetry, Humor and Photography Created in Canada and the United States

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mike Siedschlag

    No, I'm not yelling the title at you, that's the way it's presented. Author, poet and photographer Shawn Lacey gave me an e-version of A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A CROSS BORDER COMMUTER for review. Although arranged in chapters named for the months of the year, A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A CROSS BORDER COMMUTER reads at times like a stream of consciousness presentation of inspirational poetry, humorous poetry, general humor and photographs. A very interesting manner of presentation for me as I am not the c No, I'm not yelling the title at you, that's the way it's presented. Author, poet and photographer Shawn Lacey gave me an e-version of A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A CROSS BORDER COMMUTER for review. Although arranged in chapters named for the months of the year, A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A CROSS BORDER COMMUTER reads at times like a stream of consciousness presentation of inspirational poetry, humorous poetry, general humor and photographs. A very interesting manner of presentation for me as I am not the country's foremost authority on, or fan of, poetry. But I did enjoys this. I particularly enjoyed the irreverent comedy. My question for Shawn Lacey is: I don't wear sandals, is barefoot ok? (You'll have to read the book to get that one). Not an especially long book at 206 pages (according to Goodreads) and considering most pages are formatted for poetry, this was a fun and fast read. I did not follow the authors advice to consult a poetry expert while reading his work, but I think I did ok. The only problem for me was the photography. On the platform of my e-reader; small and black and white, the pictures didn't come through well. I would expect a print copy, or even a tablet platform would display the photography better. All in all, a fun use of a few hours. Good job Shawn (if I may be so familiar)! Enjoy! Mike

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Ulibarri

  3. 5 out of 5

    CommonBookSense

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chloe

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mark Peterson

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