Anthony Toomer’s Poetry Book Gives Readers “A Poetic Spanking”

Anthony Toomer’s Poetry Book Gives Readers “A Poetic Spanking”

The author enjoys telling true stories and sharing commentaries while using poetry as the narrative.


San Diego, California – WEBWIRE

“This book has something for everyone. If you love Jesus, if you love Love, and if you love social justice, then this book is for you. Enjoy your spanking”.



“A Poetic Spanking: Say His Name, Loving You, Can You Feel Me Now” (Archway; 2021) by Anthony Toomer is a volume of free verse that explores faith, love, and societal woes while encouraging believers to build a lasting relationship with God. He interweaves personal experiences and current events with introspective observations that lead others on a journey through his path through life as an African-American man.


“A Poetic Spanking” is divided into three parts. The first part, “Say His Name,” tells the story about God and what He expects from His children. In his interview on Kate Delaney’s syndicated radio program America Tonight, he said, “It tells you about what you have to do in life to be rewarded with everlasting life because basically, that’s why Jesus came to forgive our sins.”


The second part, “Loving You,” discusses the ups and downs of love, (put period instead of comma) This includes love-lost, love-found, and love-rescued. “We know that love can go both ways but it’s a beautiful thing in the beginning. Love can sometimes hurt and people have to be prepared for that too.


The third part, “Can You Feel Me Now” explores social injustice, which is prevalent in the American Black community. The author calls for justice and an end to this ignorance.


Readers will reflect on faith, love, and social injustice with Anthony Toomer’s free verses in A Poetic Spanking: Say His Name, Loving You, Can You Feel Me Now. Order a copy today on Amazon.


ReadersMagnet, a self-publishing, and marketing company will exhibit “A Poetic Spanking” at the 2022 Tucson Festival of Books. This event will occur at the University of Arizona Campus, AZ on March 12-13, 2022.

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