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LATFOB 2022 Presents Side Steps Terrorizing Sound Bites Part 2: Some Things Are Black and White

My consolation, my challenges and my way

“Ms. Jean tells us: “Writing my memoirs was more difficult; I took my diary and tried to reconstruct many events that were difficult to grasp…”

— excerpt from Women Writers

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, April 15, 2022 / — Amy Jean continues to share the ramifications of repetitive historical missteps in intense poetic clang in her Part 2 titled Side Steps Terrorizing Sound Bites Part 2: Some Things Are Black and White. The poems allude to unknown universal truths, including direct signs that we currently don’t have the freedom we assume we have, nor are we aware of reality.


You can feel the author’s agony surrounding the hunger and distrust that keep humanity from breaking through to universal liberation. You can feel her self-confidence growing as she weighs her worth against the negative feedback and denial she has experienced throughout her unbridled, synthetic, and isolated existence; an existence she painstakingly reconstructs, piece by piece, through close examination.

“…There is a lot of confidence in this book. What is mostly clear is how comfortable she is in expressing her thoughts and the challenges around us. Her faith guides her and it shines through on almost every page. If you’re looking for a book that challenges you, addresses the issues of the day, and gives you hope, this is the one for sure.
deliver.” — Cyrus Webb, Top 500 Reviewer of Amazon Customer Reviews.

Amy Jean is a mother, memoirist, poet, author, and entrepreneur with a powerful story that shines a light on unknown universal truths. It builds on the foundations as it began in its first book “The Kingdom Has Arrived Volume 1, with the release of Volume 2: Passion’s Fire”.

Eric Savage has enjoyed an extensive career as an award-winning graphic designer, photographer, advertising creative director, and corporate marketing manager, but his love has always been illustration. From cartoons and sketches to paintings of imaginary worlds, he enjoys helping readers build on the words the author has so carefully crafted. Eric works out of his rural Savage Creative Studio in the Pacific Northwest.

Side Steps Terrorizing Sound Bites Part 2: Some Things Are Black And White
Written by: Amy Jean (Author) and Eric Savage (Illustrator)
Hardcover |
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Copies of the book are available from Amazon and other online bookstores.

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