He'll tempt you ... he'll taunt you ... he'll inspire you. He'll bring a tear to your eye, and one thing's for sure ... he'll make you think. McMullen is a true wordsmith. His words could change your world. Oz Words Too is a book of poetry and verse, and some short, sharp, rapid rhymes about life. The first chapter looks at Australia: the cities, the people, the Outback and the two sports that are almost religion, namely cricket and Aussie-rules football. In Chapters 2 and 3, McMullen takes a poetic look at what everyone has to deal with at one time or another: the world out there as it is today. Some of the poems are sweet, some brutal. McMullen will take you on a literary journey through love, loss, greed, fear, and the loss of respect in the world. But it's not all doom and gloom; Chapter 4 will inspire you as McMullen looks at the good in people, in our lives and in the world around us. David McMullen is a direct descendant of the much revered Australian author and poet Henry Lawson (1867-1922). Lawson's works are now folklore in Australia, although during his lifetime he was fairly unknown. Oz Words Too is a follow-up to McMullen's first book, Oz Words. Originally from Tasmania, McMullen now lives in Melbourne, Australia, and is currently writing a trilogy of teen novels as well as a series of children's books. Publisher's Web site: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/OzWordsToo.html
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