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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Review: Younger and Wiser





Younger & Wiser: Peaceful Words for a Troubled World by Gene S Jones 
Poetry Anthology

A unique literary masterpiece, richly seasoned with wisdom, humor and inspiration. 

In Younger and Wiser, Gene S. Jones travels beyond traditional formats to explore the full spectrum of human emotions and experiences. Utilizing pithy vignettes anchored by clever backstories, Younger and Wiser relates the eclectic saga of the author’s fascinating personal odyssey. The result is a mind-expanding reading adventure that expresses heartfelt emotions and life lessons while demonstrating a deep appreciation for humanity’s ability to improve itself. Featuring intimate storytelling and witty humor interspersed with profound wisdom, Younger and Wiser delivers bite-sized nuggets of invaluable insights for readers of all ages.



4 out of 5 fairies

Younger and Wiser is a moving collection of poetry and prose. I really enjoyed reading the backstory behind each poem. The backstories give the poems new depth and meaning. The poems themselves are full of emotion, should you want to only read the poetry.




Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: Nationally acclaimed game show host Gene Jones has spent his life inspiring others to achieve creative excellence. From teaching seminars on innovation, serving as Associate Editor of the Guinness Book of World Records, and thirty years of professional speech writing to entertaining audiences and producing major events nationwide, Jones has enjoyed a colorful career. His many achievements include success as a writer, entertainer, producer, director and business executive. His brilliant use of backstories in Younger and Wiser bridges the gap between literary memoir and eclectic verse to become the missing link between mainstream non-fiction and the poetry genre.

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