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Veteran and writer Tim Segrest published an endearing book

The author writes poems and compiles it in his book “Perfect Flaws.”


My story goes far beyond this concept of unreality. My story describes real acts of human bestiality.

Army veteran and novelist Tim Segrest released an endearing compilation of poetry through his book “Perfect Flaws” (AuthorHouse; 2006). The poems found in Segrest’s book are a reflection of his experiences in life. Segrest started writing poems when he was going through a tough time in life, both militarily and personally. His poems are an expression of how he sees the different phases in his life. He merely chooses to write about them hoping he could help others along the way.
Segrest’s poems are more than just war poems, too. A representative of a non-war poem has the title “Maggie Mae.” Maggie Mae is Segrest’s adorable dog that is part Maltese and part Yorkie. She’s a lovely dog and she’s very light – she only weighs not more than five pounds!
Another personal poem is “Poetry for Therapy.” This poem talks about the author’s struggle to calm his mind and make himself fall to sleep. It contains witty lines and impeccable rhymes that readers would really love.
This poem and much more are waiting to be caught on. Tim Segret’s “Perfect Flaws” is available in booksellers everywhere and at online shops like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online bookstores!
Tim Segret’s book “Perfect Flaws” was last displayed at the 2019 Frankfurt International Book Fair on October 16-20, 2019 at the Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Perfect Flaws
Author | Timothy Segrest
Publisher | AuthorHouse
Published Date | November 3, 2006
Genre | Poetry
ISBN-10 | 1425966608
ISBN-13 | 978-1425966607
Paperback Price | $12.00
About the Author
Tim Segrest was born in 1962 in Whittier, CA. He graduated high school from La Miranda High School in 1980. Before he joined the military in pipe layout and design in 1983, he had worked in drafting for a few years.  When he joined the Air Force, he had worked as a jet engine mechanic prior to switching to Army to be trained as a sniper. He was medically boarded out in 2004 because of his back injury. In the same year, Segrest started writing poetry then levelled up to composing novels a few years later. He has been diagnosed with acute PTSD and degenerative spine disease. Segrest currently lives in Yuma, AZ with his third loving and supportive wife.

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 Tim Segrest
 Perfect Flaws
 Poetry For Therapy
 Frankfurt, Germany

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