21 Days Until the Release of Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast!

Somewhere in America, somebody is having their 21st birthday. They will not wait until the weekend, they will celebrate today. What’s so great about turning 21? What is it about this day that feels more like a holiday…more so than any other birthday? The answer can be found in six small words: You no longer have to wait. Yes, when you turn 21, the world is officially your oyster and now there is nothing you cannot do. Freedom is yours. And so you celebrate it…with it. 21 is one of those numbers that is synonymous with college, for it is when the full college experience can be lived without any stealth or fake IDs. And after 21 more days poetry lovers and college enthusiasts: you will no longer have to wait either.

On March 3, 2015, 100 Colleges of the Northeast will be celebrated in the second installment of the series that Kirkus Reviews calls “A Thoroughly Unique Poetry Project” with “A variety of delightfully unexpected poetic forms.” It is a collection that is all things college: Educational, Interactive, Experimental, and of course: Fun.

Follow ClydeAidoo.com for sample poems and updates on the Alma Mater series and purchase Volume 1 by clicking the link below to prepare yourself for Volume 2, which promises to take the series to another level.

Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast will be available March 3, 2015

Alma Mater Vol. 1: The Midwest is available for sale below for only 99 cents:

http://www.amazon.com/Alma-Mater-Vol-The-Midwest-ebook/dp/B00IR6EYG0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1393877609&sr=8-1&keywords=Clyde+Aidoo

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