Stunning Words Depict Realities of Life in Latest Poetry Book

Writer launches collection reflecting multiple stages of his life

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Pittsburg, Sep 11, 2019 ( – T.D. Moore’s Shades of Blue is a rewarding book full of poignant words in intensely glorious verses. The author used his nickname, Blue, as the theme and concept of this whole collection of passionate poetry. Unapologetic and unashamed, the pages explode with life’s ironies, failures, and triumphs.

Moore’s own experiences create a huge influence in his heartbreaking poems and amusing romantic prose. The words were written hover over the harsh truth one faces and the beauty amidst all the puzzles of life.

“Really detailed and amazing read,” appreciates Joseph A. Cargo, while another Amazon customer shares, “…So delicate, sensual, erotic, and sad. I cried at least 12 times…”

T.D.’s work will be exhibited at the Manila International Book Fair to be held at the SMX Convention Center Manila, Mall of Asia in Pasay City, Philippines, this coming Sept. 11-15, 2019 from 10am-8pm at the Authors Press booth no. 2-35. To get the latest update on authors, like and follow Authors Press on Facebook, Instagram, and  Twitter.

Shades of Blue

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Written by T.D. Moore

Paperback | $9.36

Book copies are available at Amazon, and other online book retailers.

About Authors Press

Authors Press is an online publishing company and book reseller catering to the needs of both experienced and aspiring authors as well as readers. They offer the best publishing solutions for full-time and independent authors. The company’s team of proofreaders, editors, designers, and publishing professionals are committed to achieving industry standards for their client’s work to be published, marketed, and sold.

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