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Running Backwards In Time by Ann Christine Tabaka

Running Backwards In Time is my eleventh book of poetry.

This book was originally written as four separate chapbooks, but has been combined into one full length book of four chapters at the request of friends and supporters.

In the title chapter I delve into past memories, past events, and found hope. From there I go off in many different directions, including some controversial themes that relate to happenings of the present time. Throw in a little love, and a little color, and there you have it.

As always, I hope that you enjoy the journey that you are about to embark on with me. Namaste!

5 Star Review: “Running Backward In Time” is a collection of poetry by author/poet Ann Christine Tabaka.

I invite you experience life through the poetry of Ann Christine Tabaka. Her book is dedicated to “everyone, everywhere, who loves poetry. Poetry is such a personal way of sharing “memories, past events, and found hope”.

*****The author states that she goes “off into many different directions, including some controversial themes that relate to happenings of the present time”. She throws in “a little love and a little color” and invites you to share her journey. There are four chapters in this short book, you can carry anywhere, and enjoy one poem at a time.

*****In Chapter One, she shares 21 poems including “Running Backwards In Time”. I enjoyed them all, especially the poems “My Story”, “Growing Old” and “Silently Within”.

*****In Chapter Two the author shares 25 poems. I enjoyed all twenty-five, but was touched by her poems titled ““Patchwork Dreams” “The Critic”and “My Insanity”.

*****Chapter Three unfolds 10 poems with my favorites Early Spring”, “Leaves of Many Colors”, “Ode to the Wind” andTree Shaded Path”.

*****Chapter four includes 13 poems include “Your Warmth”, “Tempos Within a Heartbeat”, “And Then There’s Love” and “Aiyana”.

Most of the poems have a photo image associated with them. If you enjoy poetry as a way of communication in a world moving at the speed of light, you will enjoy the poetry of Ann Christine Tabaka. Perhaps her short poems will inspire to think like a poet.

Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Paperback: 97 Pages
Publisher: Independently Published (May 20, 2020)
Language: English
Global Library: Poetry by Women
Global Library: Poetry

Amazon Print:

No More Hallelujahs by Ann Christine Tabaka

Welcome to my ninth book of poetry, and my first chapbook.

Being a chapbook, all the poems are themed to fit the title, No More Hallelujahs, remembering past glory and losing it to the present times.

Some of it is deep and heart wrenching, but hopefully also enlightening, and a reminder that we all have something to be thankful for, something to lose if we cease to keep it close to us.

Memories are powerful gifts to each of us.

I want to thank everyone who has supported me and helped me along the way, especially my husband Karl and my son Damon.

Please enjoy the journey! Namaste!

Product Details:
Paperback: 37 Pages
Publisher: Independently Published (January 14, 2019)
Language: English
Global Library: Poetry by Women
Global Library: Poetry

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About Ann Christine Tabaka: Ann Christine Tabaka was nominated for the 2017 Pushcart Prize in Poetry. She is the winner of Spillwords Press 2020 Publication of the Year, her bio is featured in the “Who’s Who of Emerging Writers 2020,” published by Sweetycat Press. Chris has been internationally published, and won poetry awards from numerous publications. She is the author of 11 poetry books. She has recently been published in several micro-fiction anthologies and short story publications.

Christine was born and lives in Delaware. She has been writing poems and rhymes since her Junior High years. She always kept a journal of her writing, but only started to publish in 2017, when encouraged by many friends.

She was an Art Major in college, and a retired scientist/organic chemist, and personal trainer. Christine lives in Delaware, USA. She loves gardening and cooking. Chris lives with her husband and four cats.

Besides her memoir, 9 poetry books, and 2 Haiku books, her poems are published in numerous national, and international Poetry Journals, Reviews, and Anthologies.

Ann Christine Tabaka’s Bio: Ann Christine Tabaka’s most recent credits are: Burningword Literary Journal; Muddy River Poetry Review; The Write Connection; Ethos Literary Journal, North of Oxford, Pomona Valley Review, Page & Spine, West Texas Literary Review, The Hungry Chimera, Sheila-Na-Gig, Foliate Oak Review, Better Than Starbucks!, The Write Launch, The Stray Branch, The McKinley Review, Fourth & Sycamore, CommuterLit; Spillwords; The Black Hair Press (Unravel Anthology, Apocalypse Anthology, Hate Anthology); Fantasia Divinity Publishing (Winds of Despair Anthology, Waters of Destruction Anthology, Earth of Oblivion Anthology); The Siren’s Call (drabbles); Potato Soup Journal: 10-word stories.

Titles by Ann Christine Tabaka:

  • Overcast Mind: My Life in Poems by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • It Is Still Morning: A Continuation of my Life in Poems by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • Everlasting: A Lifetime of Poems by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • The Sound of Dragonfly Wings: Haiku & Senryu by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • No More Hallelujahs by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • When Dragons and Angels Collide: Modern & Traditional Haiku & Senryu by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • 4500 Miles, As The Falcon Flies: Finding my family by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • KEEP BREATHING by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • Just Breathe by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • Running Backwards in Time by Ann Christine Tabaka
  • Words Spill Out by Ann Christine Tabaka, Brenda-Lee Ranta
  • Reaching for Dawn by Ann Christine Tabaka

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