Washington, DC -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/17/2014 -- Blue Artists will release the latest work of author and poet Sandradene Walters with The Passages of Love. This book of poetry is the author's second work and includes many of her latest poems.
According to Walters, the poems in The Passages of Love chronicle her own search for meaning in life and the expression of her inner thoughts. She says, "Have you ever sat down and just watched a bird take flight and in secret wished that that was you? Well I've sat, looked and wished and now, after I've reconnected with my soul, I'm flying high with the release of my new book. I want my readers to not only travel as they read, but to rediscover their own indescribable passion for life and love."
Walters is a lifelong poet but has only recently begun to publish her material. She is also a member of several poetry groups in Washington, D.C. Her poems deal with the reality of life but also the fantasy inside everyone to go outside of their personal realities to seek dreams and goals. Her poetry has been described as "uplifting" and "meaningful," and speaks to a very wide audience of readers.
Her first book of poems, Unspoken Words, explored sensual, thought-provoking themes of the many season of love. Her poetry was enjoyed by lovers of all ages and for many readers defined themes and thoughts of passionate love. Now, The Passages of Love continues this journey and brings life to new themes of love and life.
The book will be available on amazon.com, sandradenewalters.com , and will be coming soon to popular retailers like Barnes and Noble.
About Sandradene Walters
Sandradene Walters has been described as a poet of love, but there is much more to this incredible woman's work than casual sensuality. Walters, born in Jamaica but raised in the United States, is a working mother of three with a beautiful granddaughter. She has been a poet all her life but only recently began publishing her expressions. Her poetry speak to a large audience because she encompasses all ages and types of love in her expressions of her deepest feelings, emotions that all humans share.