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Sunday, January 19, 2020

The Heart of Space Book Blast and Giveaway

Probably my least favorite genre here in this book of poetry from author Cendrine Marrouat. Check out the book then enter to win an Amazon gift card or a copy of title. Open worldwide through 2/18. Good luck.
The Heart of Space 
by Cendrine Marrouat 
Genre: Poetry 

"The Heart of Space" is a collection of 38 pieces that delve into several major topics, including solitude, the importance of embracing pain, and the lessons one can learn from self-discovery.

"Every single poem is utterly endearing, imbued with a careful sense of introspection, philosophical musings and above all a genuine feeling of hope that, no matter what happens to us in our lives, in the end things will turn out all right." - David Ellis, Author of "See A Dream Within: Found "Poe"try Based On The Collected Poetry Works Of Edgar Allan Poe" 

Thank you for your interest in my work! 

My name is Cendrine Marrouat. (It is pronounced as “san-drEEn mar-wah”. The “t” at the end is optional.) Originally from Toulouse, France, I moved to Winnipeg, Canada, in 2003. I am a dual citizen. 

I am a photographer, specializing in nature, black-and-white and closeup images. My photography seeks the mundane to capture the fleeting, but true beauty of life in its many forms. 

I approach photography in the same way as I write poetry. It's not about the tools. It's about the moment when my eyes catch a story that needs to be told. What happens next, is a spiritual yearning to describe the scene with my camera. However, it is during the editing process that my poetic background comes into play. Every photo must achieve two goals: simplicity and serenity. I use the pure black and white format to convey timelessness. Occasional tinges of sepia are for added depth. Finally, colors stand for romanticism. 

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  1. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

    1. Thank you Paula! I hope you enjoy reading the book. I look forward to your review. :-)

  2. I love the cover- it looks so beautiful. Are you working any books currently?.

  3. Thank you Victoria! I hope you will enjoy the book just as much. I look forward to reading your review.

    I have just released this one. Promotion takes time, so I need to be done with my tour first, before I start working on something else. :-)

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    1. I'm glad you like it. I hope you will like the inside of the book too!

  5. The book sounds like a soulful read.