Writing is a creative process that can be incredibly fulfilling and excruciatingly empty at any given time. The ups and downs I have experienced on my journey to embrace my gift has been filled with magnificent highs and detrimental lows (simultaneously at times). Shared within the pages of this Poetic Devotional are some lessons that I have learned while pursuing my dreams as well as a few entries from my personal journal that helped me battle over, around and through all the situations circumstances and emotions that were trying to convince me to give up on my dreams of sharing my gift with the world. Though it may sound strange, I had to learn that its writing that makes you a writer, not if or even the number of readers that your work attracts. So once you have conquered you, your greatest critique, presenting and revealing your work to everyone else will be simple. With that being said, it is with great pleasure that I share with you these principals, my inner most thoughts as well as the gift that I am so passionate about. They have helped me to stay focused and motivated and it is my sincere hope that they do the same for you.
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T. W. Colvin has been writing poetry since the age of 13 years. At the age of 17 a selection of her poems were printed in the Kettering Senior High School Literary Publication. She has been selected as the spoken word artist for the Mt. Zion Full Gospel Baptist Church-Daughters of Zion Women’s Retreats from 2005 -2008 held in Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. In addition to her spoken word contribution, she has also written and directed a play entitled A Daughters Walk which was performed for the 2007 women’s retreat. In that same year, her first collection of poetry entitled Self Portrait was published In 2009, she completed a 2nd collection of Poetry entitled One Word at a Time, while simultaneously completing her first Novel Dark Princess, which was initially reviewed by Editor, Ann Kempner Fisher followed by secondary editing and formatting by bestselling author and editor Ellen C. Maze. In addition to managing her own personal projects, T.W.C has offered her writing skills to celebrate special occasions such as wedding presentations, Father’s day recognitions, and personalized gifts. Present works in progress include a 3rd collection of poems - still untitled, a poetry project entitled Letters to Langston, and two novels entitled Sister’s Keeper and The Secret lives of a Shoe thief as well as an untitled trilogy.
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