George and Deborah Clowers share insights into the process of living through smooth and tough times by way of abstract images, poems and stories. Listen, feel, view, then drink in these master classes of narrative fiction and visual art and realize the truth of your own past, and present.
Please Don't Bury Me in the Rain-A full-bodied novel of identification, business, and use of a high-tech device for accuracy in law enforcement.
The Moon Is My Confessor-A psychological thriller that will test your ability to believe this is fiction!
Uptown on Saturday-A bird's eye view of addiction from one who knows both sides of the desk!
Thinking of You Because-Short, sophisticated stories of loss, healing, and the comfort of having loved.
Just a Leaf Saying Hello-A writer sums up his start and completion process by way of visual images and the mystery of poetry.
The Notebook Poems, Vol. IV-To breathe the poet has no choice! Here is my journey from age ten to seventy.
There Is This Place-Seventy-eight images that are a visual feast for your brain; a nourishment hitherto unknown!
A Garden For Cornelius-A professor and an artist consummate their love after years of separation.
All That We Are After-The best and worst of ambition, loyalty to a special friend, and the calming effect of retirement.
A Small Piece of Glass-A poet and a chatbot have a discussion about writing poetry.
Book II and Others-Looking back to move forward, and now finding love, purpose, and meaning in all the right places.
Four Dimes and a Quarter-Duality of modern identity; gambling, addiction, and mentoring the gifted.
Theft by Taking: A Fictional Memoir-Good old fashioned storytelling where the writer appreciates fiction to tell true stories!
The Writer's Playground: Short Stories-A view from the streets of a black writer's journey before and after addiction.
Train to Tucker-Rehabilitation of a lawyer and a robot and other character studies.
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George H. Clowers, Jr. Trained Substance Use Disorder Counselor: Practiced Thirty Years.
Deborah A. Clowers: Studied Philosophy in France, Self-Taught Abstract Artist and Cover Designs
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