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Blogger By On August 27, 2019

Poetry Book Reviews

Some more book review coming your way!! Real like Laundry – Breanne Weber   It was so cool to see how this poet used the landscape of the page to draw in drama from spacing out words to isolating sentences. In a similar sense, she also used font size and boldness to highlight words. This gave extra depth to those…

Blogger By On August 7, 2019

Mini Poetry Reviews

I wanted to review some poetry collections since my collection Where I Ache has been getting some lovely buzz here on WordPress.     From this, I Bloom – Emily Jane Burton   You might remember I actually interviewed Emily early this year as part of my Poet Interview Series. This might be my favorite poetry book I own! The…

Blogger By On July 7, 2019

Where I Ache Review Marlena Marie

Use of Bold and Italics; yes. Just yes. There is a difference between me using bold and me using italics. It just feelsdifferent. You know what I mean? Bold feels more like a statement, a fact, an emphasis. Italics feel fluid, stressed, an emotion laying within the words. It may just be me, however, and, in which case, ignore me….

Blogger By On June 30, 2019

Where I Ache Review Alliee Reads

In terms of the poems themselves, I did enjoy reading them. They offered an insight into the human experience, they were easily understood and easily able to relate to. I recommend it to others who need a hand to hold, who need to see that what they are going through is not something that you have to deal with by…

Blogger By On June 25, 2019

#review #5stars Where I Ache, by Megan O’Keeffe – Didi Oviatt

I can seriously say, “move aside Rupi, because Megan O’Keeffe is here to give you a run for your money.” With intricate lines, and intimate detail, Megan leads us through an emotional roller coaster of a journey filled with love, self-doubt, desperation, the grief of losing a loved one, and self-reconciliation. The words are written with the sort of emotion…

Blogger By On June 20, 2019

Shirley Cuypers Where I Ache Review

Favourite poems: Lay With Me Never Meant to be Mine Morning Battle Day A Night in the Darkness Wears on You Like a Lifetime The Enemy It’s (NOT) That Easy Everything You are Makes You Perfectly You History Says I’ll End Us Worthy Grieving Stop Asking Me How I’m Doing   Read the full review here at Shirley Cuypers

Blogger By On June 11, 2019

“Where I Ache” Megan O’Keeffe (self-published) – poetry review — Emma Lee’s Blog

“Where I Ache” has an author’s introductory note, “This collection is published to help those that relate to these poems feel less alone. To know that others have gone through similar experiences and that they too, will overcome their dark days. Some of the inspiration comes from personal experience, world news, film and book characters […]   This review is a…

Blogger / Poetry By On June 10, 2019

Where I Ache out now!

We’re finally here launching Where I Ache today!!! You can purchase your copy on Amazon here! Reviews:   “I enjoyed the writing style, the way the book was broken up, and the overall message of you aren’t alone. I would recommend this book, even if you aren’t that into poetry, there’s always a place to start.” – full review  …