Road Rhymes

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Book Description

Philosophical poetry.

Patrick Dearen

"Road Rhymes" by Shaun Raymond Hoadley explores the wellsprings of a man's emotions and needs. Hoadley skillfully delivers insight into every person's loneliness and search for meaning. A poet's talent is measured by his success in touching a reader's innermost being, and by doing so in this volume, Hoadley has established himself as a poet with a voice. Read his contributions and reflect on all the yearnings and memories that his poetic voice will stir inside you.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Shaun Hoadley

BIOGRAPHY My name is Shaun Raymond Hoadley. I was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA on October 11, 1952. I am an American citizen. I am also an artist and a writer. I currently reside in Chatsworth, California with my wife, Michele and our cat, Charlie. My interests include art, literature, music and motorcycles. I have recently undertaken writing book reviews and creating Digital Art pieces. My achievements include: Winner Fifth Grade Statewide Essay contest in 1963 Writer, Artist and publisher of “Hero World” magazine 1967 Writer, Artist and publisher of “Utopia” magazine 1968 Artist for newspaper “All Hands Abandon Ship” 1971 Art and advertising for “Star Island” video game for Binary Computers 1980 Artist for “High Strung” the movie 1994 Writer and Artist of “Sparky and Spike install a multi-media kit” for Reveal Computer Products 1996 Illustrator of “The Man-eater” by Edgar Rice Burroughs, published 2001 by ERBVille Press Illustrator of “Lost inside the Earth” by Edgar Rice Burroughs, published 2001 by ERBVille Press Illustrator of “The Cave Girl” by Edgar Rice Burroughs, published 2001 by ERBVille Press Illustrator of “The Cave Man” by Edgar Rice Burroughs, published 2001 by ERBVille Press Writer and artist for the Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Amateur Press Association 2007-2008 Artist and publisher of “Tarzan: A Portfolio” 2009 Artist and publisher of “Tarzan of the Movies and Television” portfolio 2010 Artist and publisher of “Famous Monsters” portfolio 2011 Writer book review of “Drawing out the Dragons” by James A. Owen 2013 Writer book review of “Starflight to Destiny” by Patrick Dearen 2013 Writer and Artist of “Danger Cat” an on-going humor cartoon series 2013 Writer and Artist of “Road Rhymes” a collection of poems 2013 Writer and Artist of “the Genome Archives” a Science Fiction short story 2013 I have also written other poetry, a three act play, short stories and articles over the last three decades, as well as having several showings of my artwork.

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