About the Author: Meet A.M. Torres


About the Author

A.M. Torres

Creative Talents Unleashed is both thrilled and honored to announce the upcoming release of  Turmoil by Author A.M. Torres.

A.M. Torres is the author of the Child series beginning with Love Child which was first published in 2011. It’s followed by its sequels Child No More, and Child Scorned. She is currently working on the next edition, but she has also written the Christmas poetry themed J and K Christmas the holiday compilation of Christmas poems, and short stories. She has put out an edition every year since 2012. She also published her first small book of poetry titled Shadowed Tears, and in 2015 she joined a group of fellow poets in their publication 19,751 Words an anthology by Some Poets. She contributed three poems to this publication. A.M Torres also occasionally writes for the Camel Clutch Blog, and The Playlist Chronicles. She currently lives in New York City with her two boys.

TURMOILPreface . . .

Difficult times become easier to cope with my love of words. Poetry in any form is a beautiful medium that allows one to express so many emotions. The poems in this collection may reflect such emotions. They may appear to be simply written, but emotions are strong. I am grateful to be able to do this again.

Pain, sadness, and anger created Turmoil. These ingredients along with my love of poetry inspired this collection which helped me express a few things that began to unburden my heavy heart. With words, I take days one at a time. With this form of expression, I hope to heal. I also hope to be able to share with others. I am grateful for the works of deceased poets Sylvia Plath, Helen Steiner Rice, and Charles Bukowski for inspiring me with their own words, and more importantly for giving me the confidence to believe in my own. Here’s hoping to connect.

A.M. Torres – New York, November 2016


Available March 18th 2017

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2 replies

  1. Child Scorned sounds very interresting…


  2. Beautiful.

    Much of my poetry is written for the same reason, “to unburden my heavy heart.”

    I’m going to have to check out Turmoil.

    Great post!


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