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Target Audience Magazine Features Michael Allen

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Target Audience Magazine Features Michael Allen

It’s always an honor to be Featured in a Magazine, especially when it’s written by the editor of the Art & Writing section of Target Audience Magazine. I was a little worried at first when I started reading the article. But, I love when writers put beautiful twists in their articles. The article highlights “I…

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The Poetic Journey Continues: I’m the Only

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The Poetic Journey Continues: I’m the Only

Playing rain dances slowly in the fall. My new became so old. We had our way, experienced it all. Untouched by autumn’s cold. It seems so strange now, the paint has chipped. The world just passes by. Faces fade, the seeds of dust, Make my tears run dry! I’m the only. I’m walking in my…

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Sadie & Sariah: The Next Pop Hit

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Sadie & Sariah: The Next Pop Hit

I had first heard of Sadie & Sariah a few months ago when my brother sent me a very private link to an audio they had recorded.  My brother is deep in the music industry in the Atlanta, Georgia area. So when he heard these two girls sing, he signed on to be their manager…

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Michael Allen Live at the Bistro Cafe

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Michael Allen Live at the Bistro Cafe

They liked the show so much last week, they had me back again. I was on with the other Special Guest SugaBrown who read some of her poetry. We were both on last week and were invited back for an encore. SugaBrown’s poetry is definitely deep and I like how she reads. She has a…

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Michael Allen at the Vertikal Bistro

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Talk about sweet!  The show tonight went very well.  I was the Special Guest, but we also had a conversation about sex education with our youth because April is Sexual Awareness Month.  So, I’m an author and a poet. But, I was asked about my daughter and I talked about being a father of a…

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Growing Pains Blog Tour

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Growing Pains Blog Tour

Growing Pains: Kendra’s Diaries by K.P. Smith Available in Digital and Paperback Publication Date: May 25, 2011 Publisher: Doin It Publishing ISBN-10: 0615390307 ISBN-13: 978-0615390307 Available at: Amazon Growing Pains: Kendra’s Diaries Barnes&Noble Growing Pains: Kendra’s Diaries   Book Description: Growing Pains: Kendra’s Dairies is the first book in the series chronicling the journey of…

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Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen Live on Stage

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It was an amazing moment. Neil Young’s voice took the air and I was immediately lost in the song. He knows how to belt and he has one of the most distinct voices in music even today. But then, we were all taken by surprise. Bruce Springsteen took the stage and joined the song. I’ve…

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Chicken…It’s a Love Affair

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Chicken…It’s a Love Affair

I didn’t realize this until I was home. But earlier today when grocery shopping, I was there to pick out the drumsticks I like. I bake them in the oven and then pull a few for a salad, or make a plate later on in the day with a side of rice. So, I was…

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Christmas Shopping Survival Guide

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Christmas Shopping Survival Guide

There are only a few days left and everyone’s rushing to get that last minute shopping done.  The salespeople are ready.  They too are trying to get those last minute sales so they can have more eggnog this year. Don’t fall for the same sales tactics you do every year.  Some of that stuff you…

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The Most Dangerous Commercial on Television

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That’s right!  I said it! It’s dangerous.  First of all, he’s zipping around in between cars and he doesn’t even have a helmet.  I don’t know about you, but I can’t put up with that. Second of all, did I mention he’s zipping around between cars?  He almost hits one in the bumper!  Then, there’s…

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A Truly Amazing Art Miracle

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This is truly amazing!  It is so phenomenal, I had to share.   From the artist Travis Corey… “…we will never be the same!”

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The Moment She Leaves

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The Moment She Leaves

I remember years ago when she needed me. I was making her breakfast and reading her homework. In fact, there was a time when she couldn’t sleep in her own bed. I never thought the day would come when she could get past being afraid of being alone. The memories that ran through my head…

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