by Frederick Mundle



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/29/2020

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 494
ISBN : 9781664139664
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 494
ISBN : 9781664139671

About the Book

PONGS ‘N SOEMS Pongs: Could be Songs and Soems: Could be Poems PONGS ‘N SOEMS is a 60-year collection of PONGS (could-be songs) and SOEMS (could-be poems) but all are lyrics. This work is aimed at the individual looking for material his/her next million seller. As well, this compilation will speak to songwriting/poem writing hobbyists. It endeavours to encourage journaling thoughts, ideas, notions no matter how initially insignificant they seem. Yes, perhaps the multi-million-seller song awaits you, the reader, to pen it. If not that, then one may ignite a flair for writing anything from simple lyrics to free verse poetry of the loftiest kind. Herein between the covers lie several melodies which the guitarist can play. On youtube (type in Frederick Mundle youtube) you can see and hear how some PONGS became studio recorded songs and how some SOEMS ended up being set to music. This author’s pastime netted him some incredible collaborating connections musically from Chicago, to Detroit, Windsor and Toronto, ON, Montreal, PQ, as well as from Eastern NB and Gaspe, PQ.

About the Author

Frederick Mundle is an award-winning poet for best poetry manuscript (WFNB, 2014), an award winner for creative writing (STU, 1978), and a regional candidate for song writing (Startrak, Circa 1990). Fred had a newspaper column called Catch the Light for 10 years (Tribune) in conjunction with co-hosting a Christian radio program with his wife, Sarah, for 10 years (CHRQ). He has published a series of 5 spiritual books (Catch the Light), 9 Children’s books, one compilation of free verse poetry (views from apartment 301), one collection of Christian poems (Faithwalkers, 2015). For many years Frederick has published poetry internationally in university literary journals (The Antigonish Review, CV2, Other Voices, Nashwaak Review, The River Review (Maine), SPR (Georgia), Gaspereau Review, Amethyst Review, Cormorant, Spec and many more). As his highest degree he holds a Masters in Adult Education. After retirement he and his wife obtained their ministers’ licences and became ordained by Victory Churches of Canada. They pastored voluntarily on a full-time basis for ten years in NB, Canada.