New Book Gives the Gift of Happiness, Joy & Peace through Flowers and Poetry

Pittsburgh, PA (PressExposure) October 17, 2009 -- In Floral Beauty on a Dead End Street you will see stunning photographs of flowers decorated in variations of red, pink, yellow, orange, purple, and white. You will marvel at the sheer beauty of this plant life and wonder how a suburban area of Pittsburgh on a dead end street could sprout such awesome treasures.

African American gardeners, Nick and Erlene McGuire enjoy showing off their green thumbs and are equally amazed, like guests visiting neighbors on the street, of the floral beauty that comes sprouting fourth year after year. It was because of their wonderment that they were motivated to take pictures of their work. Their daughter Nicholl, a thirty-something published author and poet, enjoyed penning their book. “Initially the book would have only displayed their flowers, but after careful review, I decided to add my personal work of love and spiritual poems to their landscape. The flowers were too beautiful not to give them a voice. I decided that if they were going to speak, they had to be wise and all-knowing like the God who created them.”

The book is available for sale and can be purchased at a bulk discount on Get one for yourself and give another away as a gift. This quality book will definitely last a lot longer than the flowers you send to your loved one and it’s more affordable!

About Nicholl McGuire Media

Nicholl McGuire is also the author and poet of When Mothers Cry a book that discusses the challenges mothers face with society, partners, children, and inlaws. A must-read if you ever wished you never had children!

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Press Release Submitted On: October 17, 2009 at 9:20 pm
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