Published: December 02, 2011
Who is Colinda Alridge?
By Nadia Cherubin, Entertainment & Style Writer
Colinda Alridge is a newly up and coming writer of poetry coming straight out of Queens, NY.
She started writing a collection of her poetry at a young age for the love of reading and writing poetry. One might call her a true natural poet with many skills with a passion for writing, networking and promotions while putting people on the map to success.
She came from Brooklyn where she was born and raised, but resides in the Saint Albans section of Queens, NY. She wrote her first poetry book called Emotions that's based on everyday life challenges and experiences that we all go through, because some are harder than others.
At this moment, she's in the process of launching her second poetry book called Emotions 2 as well as a number of other books that are in the making.
Interested in purchasing Emotions which is a collection of poetry by Colinda Alridge, you can buy it at rosedogbookstore.com or wherever books are sold online and downloads as an e-book is adobe acrobat and PDF form.
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