The author published a compilation of thought-provoking life analogies in poetry and essay forms.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

So enjoy yourself as much as you can. Fear not the woods, the wedge, or man.

The book Channels of Delight by Daniel L. French will be exhibited by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the upcoming 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The said event will be held on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.

The L.A. Times Festival of Books is a yearly outdoor event in the heart of California, attracting approximately 150,000 attendees. ReadersMagnet will be exhibiting at the event for the third time. To make their third visit exciting and memorable, the company will set up a larger booth, provide more exciting activities, and display more book titles.

Channels of Delight is a compilation of poems on different perspectives in life. This publication is a result of the authors nearly lifetime writing. Daniel was known to have the deepest mind in their town, and this book is the product of his creativity and personal reflections on life.

Readers who will read this book will feel like they are tuning a radio to different stations as they flip through the dial (pages), one frequency can be compared to a light whimsical poem, and the tuning of the nob brings a sad and thought-provoking analogy of growing old, and next, the warm special-enjoyment of holding someone elses hand.

Anyone interested in reading this book can enjoy turning a knob and finding something heartwarming, tear-jerking, humorous, enlightening, and brilliant observations of life.

Explore different frequencies of poems throughout the book. Grab a copy of Daniel L. Frenchs Channels of Delight on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Drop by the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth #225 at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festivals of Books to check out the books display.

Channels of Delight
Author | Daniel L. French
Published Date | April 23, 2022
Publisher | Xulon Press
Genre | Poetry

Author Bio

Daniel L. French was born in Bluefield, West Virginia, and much of Dans young life was spent in the Appalachian Mountains. He then joined the Air Force after high school. There he became an Air Traffic Controller and served a year in Vietnam. After the Air Force and a stint with the Federal Aviation Administration, Dan earned three college degrees and taught Speech at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington.

He then became involved with The Washington Health Care Association, where he truly began his writing career. Creating all types of written materials: magazines, newsletters, brochures, and pamphlets, filled with many of his own stories, editorials, and commentary. Later, he bought a few assisted living facilities. During these years, he began writing poetry and stories of his experiences and observations. Hence this book, Channels of Delight is filled with Daniels personal reflections.