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 Carmen A. Cisnadean

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A Poetess' First Flight Book Review 

A Poetess' First Flight Intro

A Poetess' First Flight is a collection of poems which aims to inspire and give the reader the courage and strength to embrace life in a positive way. It deals with realism, in a way that softens the hard edges of life's adversities. The text uses rich vocabulary that can enhance one's sense of awareness and experience yet aims to preserve the realism necessary for us to face life as it comes, with all the good and the not so good. The poems were written with the hope that the reading will enable the reader to get something meaningful out of the reading, such as a greater sense of appreciation, understanding, and courage to look at life as to one's own storyboard mindful that each chapter of life has its purpose. Should you decide to purchase the book, I hope your reading will turn out to be an enjoyable experience.

Carmen A. Cisnadean

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The Velvety Bandit of Whisker-Witty-Whoville Intro

The Velvety Bandit of Whisker-Witty-Whoville is a children's Christmas story which I both wrote and illustrated. On an island unlike any other, one inhabited by cat critters, there lived a cat lead detective known as Captain Cool. His primary role is that of maintaining discipline and order when dealing with the island's citizens. When he encounters the Velvety Bandit, the guardian of Whisker Witty Whoville's Catorphans, Captain Cool's heart turns from cold to warm. This Christmas story is one about bravery, social awareness, the gift of adoption, love, and making a positive difference in society. The story aims to remind readers that when we do our part and do it well, love will win. Should you decide to purchase the book, I hope your reading will turn out to be filled with chuckles but also the meaningful.


Carmen A. Cisnadean


Message from the author

Confucius once said "Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall."  I truly believe that in everything we do there is never failure as long as we are willing to get up, learn from the past, re-create ourselves meanwhile mastering lessons learned. In all matters, small or big, be a good person, of course, but always be yourself. You owe it to yourself to be and remain authentic.


Thank you dearly for stopping by. Should you decide to purchase one of my books, I sincerely hope that your reading experience will turn to be, at the very least, enjoyable and inspirational.

Yours truly,
Carmen A. Cisnadean 

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