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Blogger By On January 22, 2020

Poetry Book Mini Reviews

  From My Years – Jamey Boelhower   This collection touches on reminiscing on past loves and past lives. A reader gets a melancholy feeling of childhood, school days, and relationships with parents. I really enjoyed the heartache and yearning of the past. This poet has great descriptions of the scenery in his poems. I really enjoy the writing style…

Blogger By On December 4, 2019

Whats different about my third poetry collection

When I first started compiling my poems for my first collection, Cracked Open, I also realized what my following 2 collections would be able. We’ve finally reached number 3! My third collection will have the theme of Nature connecting the pages.   No chapters I enjoy chapbooks and collections that have chapters because it gives the reader more direction and…

Blogger By On November 27, 2019

Interview with Poet Jamey Boelhower – Installment 16

Today we have Jamey Boelhower who has published many collections for the years! Jamey writes poetry, blogs, and a fiction novel Under the Lights. Since Jamey wrote a collection along side his son, one could guess his collection circle around family and life tribulations.   What’s the biggest difference in your poetry from your first collection to your most recent? One…

Blogger By On November 14, 2019

Where I Ache Review by Venus Davis (from Maria at Sampaguitas)

Maria at Sampaguitas is a fantastic magazine to submit your piercing yet tender pieces to. The magazine encompasses so many different forms from short stories and essays to poetry and photography. If you’re a creative artist, definitely give them a look! I lucked out by having a regular contributor Venus Davis review my collection Where I Ache! “In Megan O’Keeffe’s…

Blogger By On September 16, 2019

Where I Ache Kindle Sale!!

Starting Today Where I Ache kindle version will be just $0.99 for the whole week on US Amazon!!!   Grab your copy here   Some reviews to check if you’re interested!:  

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…