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New Book of Poetry Offers Joy

Kasey Claytor just released her first book of poetry, I Know...Me Too. It is available on Kindle and in paperback on Amazon. These poems are about simple life themes and events, yet at the same time, filled with the ecstasy of those peak moments when we experience something grander. “I hope you experience some of the joy awaiting you in the divine that I felt as the words flowed onto these pages,” states Claytor.

Claytor is a metaphysical teacher, certified meditation instructor, money manager, and inspirational speaker who loves to teach others helpful methods for finding happiness. Her other books include her latest novel, The Light of Grace, Journeys of an Angel, a sweeping, time transcending saga, The God of Anna and two financial titles.

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