Tilton House Press Announces the Release of Insatiable Consumption of Being: A Collection of Poems, Writings, and Micro Stories by Tiffany Sunday
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) Thursday, December 19, 2019 – Tilton House Press announced today the release of Tiffany Sunday’s anticipated poetry book, Insatiable Consumption of Being: A Collection of Poems, Writings, and Micro Stories. The book is available wherever books and ebooks are sold. Tiffany Sunday is internationally recognized for her 2015 TEDx Talk Dyslexia 2.0: The Gift of Innovation and Entrepreneurial Mind.
Recently, Tiffany discussed her shift from writing business books to poetry and contemporary fiction. “I am a quiet poet. I have been writing poetry and short stories since third grade, which always surprises people. A constant theme and message in my writings is the importance of human creativity. Poetry is popular right now. I think poetry books are selling well because individuals are craving human contact. Readers want something real, something they can connect with, instead of a computer bot or digital screen,” stated Tiffany.
Insatiable Consumption of Being is insightful, unfiltered, and filled with thoughtful observations of our natural surroundings and personal relationships. In a world where artificial intelligence is transforming humanity, Tiffany brings awareness to readers through her poetry. She reminds us to take a few moments to appreciate the natural beauty and to enjoy simple moments away from the infiltration of industrial noise and digital clutter.
Tiffany Sunday is an American writer and poet. She is the author of Insatiable Consumption of Being, How Dyslexics Will Rule the Future, Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge, and You Posted What!? Tiffany previously held a marketing executive position at an investor funded startup and worked as a book and digital publications editor. Her articles have appeared in business publications and monthly periodicals.
To learn more about Tiffany, her books, and upcoming book tours, please visit www.tiffanysunday.com.