"Lula's Sweet Baby"
Posted on December 21st, 2014

By Paul Fitzgerard Bennett (who writes this diatribe in the 3rd person quite effectively)
Hello friends and neighbors, "Lula's Sweet Baby" is a book which has no equal in literary history. Paul Fitzgerald Bennett does something no other poet/short story writer has ever done in human history. Whether it be God or humanity, Bennett challenges long held standards in bold fashion. If Bennett does have a peer in the poetic genre his classroom mates are William Blake, Edgar Allen Poe, and Billy Shakespeare. Bennett does not write to satisfy the process of penmanship. Bennett's words are formed by "the spirits." Which spirits are for the reader to decide. Without a doubt, Bennett is the "Vincent Van Gogh" of written words. The world can only hope that he does not cut off an ear (although many of his fingers are white due to a satisfying need to peel back the skin until they bleed). In the area of "artistic" sells, Bennett already has Van Gogh beat. Van Gogh sold one painting during his life. Bennett has already sold 700 copies of "Lula's Sweet Baby." You can purchase your copy of "Lula's Sweet Baby" on for 15 dollars or go to or

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Mykala - January 8th, 2015 at 1:15 AM
I really enjoyed Lula's Sweet Baby. This was a Christmas gift from my Auntie and a very nice surprise!
Paul Bennett - January 12th, 2015 at 6:19 PM
I'm glad you enjoyed the book. Thank you Mykala.

Paul Bennett
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