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Linwood Williams’ Book “Cafeteria Poetry” Unveils Original Poems Full of Wisdom and Curiosity

A collection of humorous and thought-provoking poems that will tickle your inner inquisitive mind.

Baily, North Carolina – WEBWIRE

A refreshing take in poetry where the writer wrote most of the material in a local cafeteria. First written during Linwood’s ninth grade timeline. The book covers original poems, full of wisdom and curiosity. Some of which are amusing and thought-provoking.

Most of these poems convey mixed emotions and family happenings set in Baily, North Carolina. The context style is more like a diary rather than just literary prose that what sets it apart. It captures all the author’s unconventional experiences and his journey to reality with twists and turns. A delightful read that will stir up the audience’s imagination.

The content table titles alone on the book are intriguing enough to merit praise and quality in Linwood’s work.

You can grab a copy today. Available in Paperback and eBook editions at

A review from Kerry Khaton says:
“Very inspiring poetry. Very well written. Can’t wait for his next book.”
“Cafeteria Poetry”
Author: Linwood Williams
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date:  October 2020
Book Genre:  Poetry

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About the Author

Linwood J. Williams is a native of Nash County, North Carolina. He is a retired Mental Health Professional who ran his own Mental Health company for a number of years. Linwood was also a ten-year veteran of the Rocky Mount Police Department, where he worked with youth in the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. Him and his wife Betty recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. They are the proud parents of 4 grown children and seven grandchildren.  His love for children is well known throughout the community. He attributes his writing interest to his rural upbringing, and his love for the spoken language. He likes to salute his late Grandfather, Jolly Williams Sr, whom he is also named after, for his love for reading, even though he never had an extensive formal education.

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