After years in the computer software industry, Michelle and Paul Caffrey quit their jobs, and sold everything they owned to buy a converted 1906 Dutch Barge, "Imagine." This true story is packed with the adventures -- and misadventures-- of their first year on the boat.
This collection will take you through a poet’s life in the city she has most loved. Written in an accessible style, her poems offer her reflections on this one-of-a-kind Texas town—from its local cemeteries, junkyard, Chopin Festival, to its desert flora and fauna, complete with local artwork.
Travel along with the poet through New England, Mexico, Miami, Hawaii, Venezuela, Paraguay, New Mexico, and Texas as her poems take you on an emotional journey through her special moments and to those places that have most influenced her. Plus experience the artwork of local artist Erika Martinez.
Homeless Joy: An exposé in poetry was conceived as a follow up to J.L. Wright’s first book, Unadoptable Joy: A memoir in poetry and prose. As she wrote the honest journey of growing up in foster-care, Miss Wright looked deeper at her story - not knowing if her family and her home was permanent...