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Apex Reviews: Review for Shedding Light by Harold M. Nash
Tuesday, October 07, 2008  11:23:00 AM

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See Harold Nash''s Authors interview on Apex Reviews.

Reviewed by Wendy Paulson: Shedding Light is a compilation of philosophic insights by gifted poet Harold Nash. In it, he touches on a range of topics, including such issues as religion, personal development, interpersonal relations, and the ultimate purpose for human existence. Broken down into two seperate sections, Shedding Light begins with a nine-chapter sequence in which Nash delves deeply into the mercurial nature of humanity. Many of his reflections are expressed in anecdotal form, and the insights that he shares with the reader often come in crisp, larconic passages, and profound insights from one who obviously doesn't just talk the talk, but has also walked the walk on many an occasion.

The second half of Shedding Light features seven poems by Nash that are equally as philosophic as the mini essays in the first half of the book, and anyone familiar with Nash's poetic style is already prepared for the types of straight-ahead insights that they espouse.

As with his previous work, in Shedding Light, Nash provides the reader with helpful insights borne of a need to inspire, educate, and enlighten others. Most of all, though, his desire to connect on a deeper level with those who are hurting, dejected, or confused sets Nash apart and highlights the courage of a true artist committed to using his gifts and talents for the benefit of the greater good.
Official Apex Reviews Rating: 4 stars

 

 

 


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Apex Reviews: Review for Rhymes Of The Times by Harold M. Nash - 10/6/2008 12:47:00 PM

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