Seattle, WA (PressExposure) May 12, 2011 -- Approximately three months after the release of her second novel, and less than two years after the debut of her first book of lyrical poetry, author and editor Nadine C. Keels released her fifth book, Write Your Genius, Genius!: A Rather Quick Guide to Book Writing.
"Over the past couple years, a number of incidents have taken place to remind me that life is short," Nadine says. "Writing is my ultimate passion in life, so I've taken time to really focus in on it and to produce books. Some months back, around the release of my second novel, World of the Innocent, my pastor asked me if I'm ready to publish other authors. Well, I don't have my own publishing company yet, but ever since I published my first collection of poetry in 2009, The Song of Nadine, people have been asking me for book writing tips. I figured that I may as well find a simple and efficient way to answer everyone's questions, so I wrote another book."
Nadine is one in a cluster of local, published authors at Kingdom Family Worship Center International, located in Kent, Washington. The pastor, Dr. Edward Donalson, III, is getting set to release his newest book this month, THINK Again!: The Road Map to Kingdom Greatness; novelist J.E. Keels is working on his second book, Return to the City; and poet Lewis P. Bryon has begun his latest work, The Experience.
The following is said of Write Your Genius, Genius! at prismaticprospects.wordpress.com:
"Genius can be found all over the place, if you look for it. There's genius in the way that a painter masterfully depicts the wonder of nature on a canvas and genius in the way your friend's Uncle Barney grills up the best grilled ham and cheese sandwiches you have ever tasted. If serious writing requires anything, it requires that you pay attention to yourself and to your life. You're the one doing the writing, naturally, so the piece being written must begin with you. You have to tap into your genius. After reading this guide, you'll never view your writing, or yourself, in the same way again!"