mSg’s New Book ‘Of Soul’ is an Emotional and Engaging Read About a Girl’s Heartaches and How She Copes Through Opening to the World and Poetry

mSg, a resident in the United States who was originally born in the Soviet Union in 1985, has completed her most recent book “Of Soul”:  a stirring collection of poetry that conveys her appalling experiences and unlikely feelings and thoughts until she finds enlightenment and moves forward.
mSg writes, “I began to write as a fifteen-year-old girl who had just lost her first love to cancer. Anger, grief, and thoughts of self-mutilation fill the first few chapters of this collection. My eyes began to open to the world as I grew older and, though suffering from schizoaffective disorder, I was able to find illumination through poetry.
This book takes the reader on a voyage from the raw, gritty pain of adolescence and loss through the transition to knowledge, wisdom, and love, as one writes oneself into adulthood.”
Published by Fulton Books, mSg’s book is a heartwarming read where readers can go on a journey to finding enlightenment as they read verses they can reflect on and gain strength, wisdom, and love.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Of Soul” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books