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Napkin Poetry Paperback – July 12, 2010
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"With satisfaction in life comes looking back at how you got there. 'Napkin Poetry' is a collection of poetry from Jennifer-Crystal Johnson as she reflects on the happiness she has found and what she has, and the world it means to her. Dedicated and devotional, 'Napkin Poetry' is a worthy collection for the words of a mother, wife, and woman of the world. 'Yin & Yang': We are a myriad of thoughts/In a kaleidoscope of dreams/And everything seems real/But nothing's what it seems//The evil that we do/Is for the good of all we know/And when there's no evil left/Then there's nowhere left to go."
- Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Jennifer-Crystal Johnson is originally from Germany, but was raised in numerous places. She has published one novella under her former last name, The Outside Girl: Perception is Reality (Publish America, 2005 - out of print), a poetry book, Napkin Poetry (Broken Publications, 2010, second edition 2016), and a collection of poetry, art, and prose called Strangers with Familiar Faces (Broken Publications, 2011). More recently, Jen published If You're Human Don't Open the Door (Broken Publications, 2012), Our Capacity for Evil (Broken Publications, 2015), both collections of short horror stories, and her first science fiction novel, Fibers, book one of the Infiltration Trilogy. Her poem, Yin & Yang, was featured on Every Writer’s Resource’s Poem a Day site, along with two other poems. One of her short stories, The Huntress, was featured in Zombie Coffee Press (no longer online), and another short horror story, Simple Truth, was published on Every Writer’s Resource. Her poetry has appeared in various anthologies. She currently works as a freelance writer and editor as well as helping other authors self-publish their own books. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her three kids, three cats, and their puppy, Thor. Her domestic violence anthology can be found at www.SoulVomit.com and her publishing company is Broken Publications. She recently began creating video tutorials about how to self-publish, which can be found at No Bull Self-Publishing. Last but not least, she recently started an anthology called Beneath the Veil of Night. Submission guidelines and links for the first three themes can be found on the Submissions page at www.BrokenPublications.com.
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