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Life Cannot Live Without Death & Life Cannot Live Without Death

Just Released, Life Cannot Live Without Death & Life Cannot Live Without Death, by Ayin M. Adams, Msc.D., Ph.D., is now available for purchase. In this new book, Dr. Adams speaks to us about the truth of life and death. This is a subject many would back away from. It has been said that fools rush in where angels fear to tread. But Dr. Ayin is not a fool and the angels and God have seen the need for the truth to be shared about death as one of our greatest teachers...






Stinky Polly

Stinky Polly, by Jessica Smith & Katiana Dickens, is now available for purchase. Stinky Polly teaches lessons between children's fears and their parent's attempts at facing fears and overcoming challenges. Polly fears taking a bath, for several valid reasons, such as soap getting into her eyes, the water turning cold, or feeling cold after a taking a bath. Polly experiences rejection and sadness at school from her friends, because she chooses not to bathe.









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Congratulations to Ayin M. Adams for being a 2015 Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist for African Americans in Hawai`i: A Search for Identity, a 2015 National Indie Excellence Award Finalist for Good Orderly Direction and winning the 2015 Bronze Illumination Book Award for Good Orderly Direction. It is a triumphant and exciting moment for Ayin M. Adams and Delane Publishing.



Just Released - ORDER NOW, New works by Award-Winning Poet Ayin Adams, For the Love of Black Men.

For the Love of Black Men is a triumph for Ayin Adams’ imaginative power – with poems reflecting the rich traditions and complexity of today’s black society. Her new book awakens us to a black man's world in today’s American Society with searing poems that stretch from the street to the healing power of family and love.

From the chilling immediacy of “I Can’t Breathe (for Eric Garner)” to the horrific truth of “Unarmed,” she tells apocalyptic moments in the Black community. But fear not, this poet, with Return Home and A special Feeling, also encompasses the love, compassion and humor that connects the black man to the black community and to the world.

Fortunately for all of us, her verses actually become a legitimate shelf reference of America’s shameful history of the slayings of unarmed black men. Reading her work is enough for me to urge you to share this book of poems with those you know and love.

Poetry reaching univeral experience is fundamental to understanding human life and Adams connects the individual and the larger society –her poetry is Self meeting Self.

Melinda Gohn
Coordinator
International Peace Poem Project
Hawaii Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Poetry Contest

Now Available, the re-release of African Americans In Hawai`i: A Search For Identity. This re-release includes a newly designed cover along with additional photos. Visit the books page, and purchase your copy, today!

Testimonials

"There are no words to tell you how much your guidance, wisdom, knowledge, and loving spirit have meant to me. I have never had anyone take me under their wing like you have. With all my heart, I send you my thanks and love. Thank you Ayin for being my spirit guide on this journey."
-Nancy Jane Woodside (Author of Sea Glass)