Issued by AuthorHouse Date: 28/09/2012
Observations on life as told by the common man
A.V. Barber pens new book of poetic observation in personal biography
WISBECH, Great Britain – “Me, My World, and I” (published by AuthorHouse) is a book of colorful poetry combined in a scrapbook of memories and a soapbox of debate in a biography on life which readers of all backgrounds can associate with. Author A.V. Barber captures the essence of an original style, combining poetry with free-flowing prose to illustrate, educate and entertain.
“Me, My World, and I” is a book about life, not through the eyes of a superstar or viewed from some mansion in Beverly Hills, but as lived by an average guy. It is not a handpicked account of conveniently manufactured experiences created specifically to titillate readers, but is an honest account of the ups and downs experienced in an average year of most people’s lives.
When asked what he wants readers to take away from his work, Barber responded, “A sense that this book is for the masses written by one of its members and a feeling that it captures something of what life is really about. I would like to instill a feeling that any one person can make a difference while creating a platform for debate capable of bringing about real change.”
Barber manages to be informative, provocative, funny and sad while remaining completely original.
About the Author
For A.V. Barber, poetry is merely a means of expression. His original style of combining poetic passages with free flowing prose has been developed purely as a means of giving a little of himself to words – and always with some hope of making a difference. Well-traveled with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, Barber finds a style all of his own. By utilizing his observations on life, he presents a perspective of everyday living to which everyone can relate.