book one: coming soon!

I'm so happy to announce that my poetry collection, Roses in SoHo, is finally completed. I've announced that I've been working on this book on Twitter awhile ago. I was surprised by how much feedback I've received since then. I try to read the messages I get, and I just wanted to say thank you to each and every one of you for the great amount of support.

Writing a book has been my dream for years and years now, and I've finally had the confidence to actually do it. I'm happy to share some information about it with you!

For now, Roses in SoHo will be exclusively available in Paperback edition for sale on Barnes & Noble's online store. I do not have an official release date as of right now, but expect its sale date to be during this Spring of 2017!

Here is the official description of my book:

"Introducing Roses in SoHo, the highly anticipated first collection of poetry and prose written by modern online author Christine Jessica. Being only eighteen years old at the time of publishing, Christine challenges the literary world with a minimalist approach and interpretation. 

Roses in SoHo takes a look into the world of Christine's life, completely raw and left alone for self-translation. This collection is presented without a single illustration, to allow your mind to create its own meaning to her work. Each poem serves a different purpose. There are no chapters, as her words will entice you to never put the book down. 

This collection joins readers of all ages on the journey of a new adult finding herself for the first time. Christine does her best to show the beauty in simplicity, dealing with heartbreak, learning about the world beneath her feet, and finding real love."

If you would like to see some example poems in my collection, you can view my tweet here!

When I am able to release more information about the price of the book, if you can pre-order, its On Sale date, and more, I will be sure to let you know. Once again, thank you for your support. It means the world to me that people enjoy my work as much as I enjoy writing it.

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