PISCATAWAY, N.J. (PRWEB)
September 19, 2017
After being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, Roy Lee “Simon” Jarmon was asked by his psychologist to write about his feelings as a therapeutic exercise. He then writes “Poetry by Simon: God’s Blessing My Jamaican ‘Gem’” (published by Xlibris). This is the third volume in his “Poetry by Simon” poetry, prose and short stories series.
The book is filled with deep, soulful, life experiences, expressing romance and love, hope and inspiration, coping and healing concerning real life situations. This easy-to-read book hopes to penetrate the heart, spirit and emotions of readers as they encounter everyday pitfalls, admit, cope with and solve them as they grow and develop to become better persons.
“The readers become the characters in this book as they get involved in its message,” Jarmon says. “Though the writings may not be specifically about them, I am sure they will be able to identify themselves in these writings: either they or someone who they know.”
“In this book, I present the true reality of today’s challenges that we all must face. I would also like to take away the fact that we are all very much alike in so many ways; especially the range of emotions and situations that we experience as human beings in this world in which we live,” Jarmon adds.
“Poetry by Simon: God’s Blessing My Jamaican ‘Gem’”
By Roy Lee “Simon” Jarmon
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781543443134
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781543443141
E-Book | 134 pages | ISBN 9781543443158
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Roy Lee “Simon” Jarmon is the second of 11 children, born in Mississippi to the late George and Minnie Bell Armstrong Jarmon. He served in the U.S. Army from February 1970 until February 1973. After graduating from Mississippi Valley State University in 1982, he worked at AT&T until his early retirement at the end of 2002 after being diagnosed with PTSD. His writings started him on his road to recovery and to speak to others about their healing. Jarmon still lives in Piscataway. For more information about him and his works, readers may visit Jarmon’s official website: http://www.poetrybysimon.com.
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