Heart’s Imperfections

About the Book

“Heart’s Imperfections: Sonnets of the Soul” is a poetic journey that delves deep into the human experience, embracing the raw emotions of love, loss, longing, and triumph. Through the timeless form of the sonnet, the collection reveals the complexities of the human heart with lyrical grace and unwavering honesty. From the tender moments of passion to the haunting echoes of solitude, each poem celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the transformative power of language. Immerse yourself in a world where words shimmer like stars, offering solace, inspiration, and a sense of connection in the shared human experience. This collection is a timeless reminder of the beauty found in imperfection and the healing potential of poetry.

About the Author

Jamillah Thomas, an Indie Author, weaves words like an artist painting a masterpiece. With a background in Computer Science and Programming, coupled with her roles as a Notary Public and Marriage Officiant, Thomas brings a unique perspective to her poetry. Her poems reflect a precision and attention to detail that stem from her analytical mind, while also carrying an emotional depth that speaks to her role in uniting hearts and minds through marriage. Beyond her educational qualifications and professional roles, Thomas is a true Renaissance woman. An avid art lover, she immerses herself in the world of poetry, drawing inspiration from the works of others while carving out her distinct voice. Her passion for nail art and love for music, TV, and movies infuse her writing with a vibrant energy that captivates her readers. Thomas’ indie spirit shines through in her poetry, offering a fresh perspective that resonates with audiences seeking depth and authenticity. Through her literary works, she invites readers on a journey of self-discovery and reflection, demonstrating the power of words to transform hearts and minds.

Qn 1: Can you tell us more about your book What is it about?

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In “Hearts Imperfections: Sonnets of the Soul,” come step into a world where emotions run deep, where every heartbeat feels like a stanza, and every thought dances as a verse. I’m Jamillah Thomas, the poet behind these words.

This collection is born from my own introspection, woven together with the threads of human experience. It’s a mirror reflecting life’s complexities—its joys, its loves, its struggles. In each poem, I celebrate imperfections, finding beauty in the flaws that shape us.

Inspired by life’s ups and downs, these sonnets journey through landscapes of joy, sorrow, passion, and pain. They’re a tapestry of emotions, touching the soul of anyone who reads them. Through rhythm and rhyme, I aim to capture what it truly means to be human—fragile yet resilient, flawed yet extraordinary.

“Hearts Imperfections” isn’t just a book of poetry; it’s a voyage of self-discovery. It shows the power of words to heal, to inspire, to connect us all. So, I invite you to dive into these verses, to let them move you, to awaken something within you as we embark on this poetic adventure together.

Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, is it directed at any particular market?

Poetry Enthusiasts
Readers Seeking Emotional Connection
Self Reflective Readers
Romantics- Love, Relationships, and the complexities of the heart
Literary Scholars and Students
Mental Health Advocates
Book Clubs and Discussion Group
Gift Givers

Qn 3: Out of all the books in the world, and all the authors, which are your favourite and why?

Stephan King who blends elements of horror, suspense, and psychological depth to his stories
Toni Morrison captivates her readers with her profound exploration of race, identity and human experience
Maya Angelou who has a powerful way with words through honesty, wisdom, and resilience.
Tracy Brown has an authentic portrayal of urban life.
Stephenie Meyer has an immersive storytelling and captivating romance.
Terry McMillan resonates with readers through her candid exploration of contemporary issues facing women and families.

Qn 4: What guidance would you offer to someone new, or trying to enhance their writing?

Read Widely, Write Regularly, Always Seek Feedback, Revise, Proofread and Edit, Study the Craft, Be inspired by others around you, Experiment and take risks, stay persistent and resilient, always believe in yourself, let the ideas flow freely.

Qn 5: Where can our readers find out more about you, do you have a website, or a way to be contacted?

I have a book profile here: https://www.blurb.com/user/aspiretoinsp

I can be contacted via email: thebindingblueprint@gmail.com

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