“You can honestly feel the heart being poured into these words. You feel the joy of being released from the bonds of what she was forced to write and being able to return back to her roots of poetry. You can feel the wind blow or the Texas heat as you read her elegantly thought out words. I had a hard time putting her poems down and have a feeling I will be returning to them often! If you need something that expresses all the human emotions this is for you!”
-Kay Smeal, Award-Winning Blogger and Author
I’ve read two of Tiffany Sunday’s other books (Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge and How Dyslexics Will Rule the Future) and although I enjoyed them, I really loved Insatiable Consumption of Being. It was great to see Sunday’s more artistic side come out in her poetry. This book of poems is insightful, raw, real, and thought-provoking. I’m so glad she had the courage to write such a personal book that lets the reader into her incredibly creative mind and soul.
I read “Insatiable Consumption of Being in two sittings. Your writing is awesome! I keep the book on my dresser and have been known to walk into the room, pick up the book, read one or two of my favorites. Keep writing!
Insatiable Consumption of Being is insightful, unfiltered, and filled with thoughtful observations of our natural surroundings and personal relationships. In a world where artificial intelligence is transforming humanity, Tiffany brings awareness to readers through her poetry. She reminds us to take a few moments to appreciate the natural beauty and to enjoy simple moments away from the infiltration of industrial noise and digital clutter.
Recently, Tiffany discussed her shift from writing business books to poetry and contemporary fiction. “I am a quiet poet. I have been writing poetry and short stories since third grade, which always surprises people. A constant theme and message in my writings is the importance of human creativity. Poetry is popular right now. I think poetry books are selling well because individuals are craving human contact. Readers want something real, something they can connect with, instead of a computer bot or digital screen.”