Find the Paperback of ‘California Blossoms and Harvest Delights’

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Review:

California Blossoms and Harvest Delights deals with this expansive, rich and fertile landscape in a way that readers will quickly recognize the important landmarks, features and attributes of the Golden state. It pinpoints areas of appreciation and highlights important cultural contributions and activities of the various ethnic and minority groups forming this new frontier, Central California. “Our hills and farmland are blooming with new houses and commercial buildings bordering fields of grazing cows.” This is an uplifting and thought-provoking work.

Here are the links to the paperback of the “California Blossoms and Harvest Delights:”

Find a perfect-bound paperback copy of ‘California Blossoms and Harvest Delights’ right on this site.

Find a Kindle copy of ‘California Blooms, Blossoms, and Harvest Delights’Vignettes from Big Sur and Pacific Coast Highway on Amazon.com.

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The last Dance Performance on the Volcano Published by Draft2Digital Receives Great Reviews

Draft2Digital has released Charles’s new book of poems.  You can find it right here.  The paperback of the last Dance Performance on the Volcano is also available.

Amazon also carries the paperback.  Barnes and Noble carries the paperback right here.

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“Joseph J. Charles’s poetry is brave, genuine, and full of joy and hope.  His poems deal with what it takes to live in California with all its societal issues, wealth, and politics,” wrote reader, Balthazar Bacon.

“This book is a love letter to the people of California, specifically the men and women who continue to build and shape California’s Central Valley, California’s agribusiness and Ag land.  It is also a tribute to the farmworkers who labor to raise their sons and daughters for a better tomorrow,” wrote Tiffany Padilla.