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Wine, Cheese & Poetry Please!

Authored By: Tanya Robinson

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789387281608

Year of Publication: 2018

Pages: 74

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)

Category:  Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories

Price in Rs. 175.00

                             Price in (USA) $. 29.95

Inclusive of All Taxes (After 30% Discount on the Printed Price)

Book Description

Book Contents


About the Book


This book is about thoughts that have entered my head and manifested themselves onto paper through words.

The most powerful ways of expression are often through written words. Like a photograph captures memories that last a lifetime, poetry is an expression through words that can be looked upon and appreciated long after the emotion has been felt.

Poetry is like therapy, wherein you can empty your soul on paper and then look back at it and understand exactly what you were thinking at that point in time. This book is a compilation of feelings felt through the years, people I have met, and emotions I have gone through.

I believe we are all connected through our human emotions; these are the most raw and basic of all bonds that can be created.

I sincerely hope that as you read along, you connect with some of these emotions and in some way that becomes ‘our’ human connection.


About the Author


Born in Lucknow, India, Tanya Robinson is of Anglo-Indian descent.

She studied in Sydney and has done her Master’s degree in Business Advertising from the University of Sydney.

Tanya calls herself a global citizen having lived in 4 countries, namely India, Australia, Singapore and now the UK where she works in the world of advertising.

When not indulging in writing poetry, Tanya enjoys painting and travelling around the world given she feels there is so much to discover through travel.

The creative arts is where she finds her sanity and her comfort zone and she is always trying to push her boundaries to learn more.

In her words ‘Life is too short to sit and let it pass you by, you have to run with the wind and flow with the river to truly understand it.’