My name is Celaine Charles, and I am a want-to-be-writer… no scratch that. I am a writer. There is a certain power to words mixed with even a hint of inspiration. They stir up my insides until I give them freedom on a blank page, on a new document, or sometimes on the back of a receipt or napkin. I’ve finally given into this writing side of myself, and with it comes sharing. The idea of sharing pieces of myself with the world is a vulnerable place to be. So, I have begun this blog as a place to stand and gain my strength. I hope there are some writers out there who may feel similar sparks in their own lives, and who wish to join me on this journey.
Please look for my poetry book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Colors-Collected-Poetry-Inspired-Hues/dp/1641114460/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=colors+collected&qid=1573406361&s=books&sr=1-1
Please check out my award winning series, Colors, on Channillo.com: https://channillo.com/series/colors/
My Official Bio:
Celaine Charles is a published poet who lives in the Pacific Northwest where she teaches, writes poetry and fiction, and blogs about her writing journey. The world around inspires her to write, and she thrives encouraging others to follow in their own creative paths. Her poetry series “Colors” launched in June 2018 on Channillo and was awarded Best Continuing Series, Best New Series, and Best Poetry Series for the 2018 Channillo Awards. Previous works include shared poetry with the Tupelo Press 30/30 Challenge Project. She’s also published with Dime Show Review (online and in print), Kingdoms in The Wild, Nature Writing, Nine Muses Poetry, Spillwords Press, Sunlight Press, and The Seattle Star. She was a poetry finalist in the PNWA (Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association) Literary Contest, July 2017. Her first poetry book, Colors Collected, will be available the end of summer 2019.
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Winter author picture from 2017…as you can see I’ve updated my hair and have new spring in my step to boot.