Sharon Clarkson releases spiritual and inspirational love poems


Professor at the College of Southern Maryland publishes a new poetry book that is bound to woo readers



Washington, DC ( — Sharon Clarkson, a professor at the College of Southern Maryland, has released a new poetry book by the name, My Dream. The book is a 70-page book that is filled with poems that are going to move readers spiritually and inspire them in different aspects of their life.

When asked about her book, Ms. Clarkson said, “This is my first book of poetry and it is very special to me. I hope readers will find it appealing. I have done my best to make this book easy to read and easy to understand the message within each poem.”

Everything about the book reflects the tranquility readers will find within the poems. The cover is designed in traditional blue and white; the look is further complemented by a picture of the calm and peaceful waters of the Potomac River. For those who seek a great poetry read, the book is available at $12.00 a copy. Buyers can purchase the book by calling 301-509-4283 , or by sending a money order/travelers check/cashier check to SClarkson, P.O. Box 178, Cheltenham, MD 20623-9998. Autographed copies are available at the readers’ request.

When asked about her future plans, Ms. Clarkson commented that she plans on creating an audio CD version of My Dream – “I want my readers to be able to hear the penetrating voice behind my poems. So, I plan to record each poem in such a way that listeners will reflect back on the words.” In addition, Ms. Clarkson plans on starting a second book with a mixture of similar love poems that are bound to touch readers’ hearts. Readers can expect the second book in the fall of 2011.
About Sharon Clarkson
Sharon Clarkson is a professor at the College of Southern Maryland who currently resides in the Washington D.C. area. Her passion for writing and her own experiences are the reasons behind the release of her first book, My Dream. To read an excerpt from the book, please visit To get in touch with the author or order the book, call 301-509-4283 or e-mail