by Gerald Seals
Through the exploration of experience, relationships, memory, and observation, Waking Dreams and Rememberings: A Book of Lyrical Prose seeks to restate and reaffirm the unique richness and depth of quality found in the lives of all individuals. With his descriptive visual imagery and powerful use of language, Gerald Seals reflects on a broad range of issues as humorous and endearing as childhood events, love, and everyday frustrations to those as serious as responsibilities of society, families, and the effects of terrorism.
A labor of love, intended by the author to inspire us all to re-examine our own personal wealth of experiences and relationships, Waking Dreams and Rememberings: A Book or Lyrical Prose is a unique and thought-provoking work that seeks to bring insight, comfort, and relief to its readers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gerald Seals is native a lifelong resident of New York State. He and his wife, Deborah, have two children, Nicole Day and Brian Seals. Me. Seals currently is employed as a computer services technician, and in addition to writing he enjoys spending his free time studying piano and photography, reading, and attending the theater.
(2003, paperback, 70 pages)