Author: Greg OverzatISBN 978-1-60264-716-9 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-779-4 (eBook)
When I turned 24 I made a promise to myself. I vowed that by the time I turned 25 I would be a different person. So I challenged myself to write 365 poems in 365 days. One per day. The rules were simple: just write. And to make sure it was done before midnight. The eve of my 25th birthday would be the culmination of a year's work. This book is a testament to a year in my life. Unedited, raw, real. Not every work is a masterpiece and that's exactly what I want to convey: the honesty behind the words will translate and if one person understand or relates or believes, my journey was not in vain.
This is a life in 365 poetic notes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Greg Overzat has been a journalist since the age of 15 and wrote his first poem before computers were household luxuries. Starting out at The South Florida Sun-Sentinel writing music and movie reviews, his passion for writing has taken many shapes and forms and has been published in The Boston Globe and the book Porn Generation. Since graduating cum laude with a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Florida, he has worked in New York at Court TV and CNN.
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