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    • When not working on my website "Bunganut Lake Online", I primarily write Christian themed poetry; back on11/16/2006, I've officially published my first book of poetry.

      The title is: Reaching Towards His Unbounded Glory
      The ISBN is: 1-4196-5051-3; it can be obtain via Amazon.com or Borders.com.
      Pasted below is a book review, that explains my writing style; enjoy!

      Also, I've got more of a biography posted on my website; you can see it at the following page: http://www.bunganutlake.org/blo_webmaster.htm


      Reaching Towards His Unbounded Glory by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd
      As reviewed by New York Times best selling author Ellen Tanner Marsh

      Any Christian surveying the current state of modern poetry could easily become discouraged, given that much of that poetry can only be categorized as nihilistic. At worst, such poems seemingly promote despair and violence—against society, the church, or even against oneself. At best, they consist of self-centered whining and overdramatic emotionalism, completely devoid of spiritual muscle and ethical backbone.

      New author Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, in his fine debut collection Reaching Towards His Unbounded Glory, takes a fresh stride in the opposite direction, in a poetic compilation that should delight anyone who enjoys reading Christian literature as well as poetry. The book comprises over 100 poems of various lengths, although they generally do not exceed one page. In a slight concession to modern poetic style, some of the stanzas are unrhymed, yet all of them speak to Christian themes, such as faith and its testing, seeking a higher road, the state of grace, error and sin, biblical people and events, and personal redemption through God's word.

      A common thread that runs throughout the majority of the poems is that individuals —regardless of any mistakes they may have made in the past— can still turn to Christ as their savior and begin the slow, sometimes painful, but always positive process of redeeming themselves, in developing a new life filled with abundance and spiritual serenity. By reaching for this new and uplifting collection of Christian poems, readers can indeed begin reaching towards God's glory.

      For those desiring some more information about this book, here's a Press Release from my publisher: http://www.emediawire.com/releases/2006/12/emw492145.htm


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      Sinality   Sinality wrote
      on 9/14/2011 2:25:33 PM
      I am replying to your message to my page. Yes I would have to agree, it was rather rude of me to post something like that. Let me read over some of your works and will give feedback. Hope things go well with you.

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Logic, when applied to people, fails miserably. --Joseph J. Breunig 3rd
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