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Blogger By On June 23, 2019

Blog Tour Torrid Literature Interview

How do you deal with writer’s block? What is your advice on how to overcome it? Writer’s block usually comes when there’s pressure to write about a certain topic or a deadline is fast approaching. For me, I tend to get inspiration driving around and attending concerts and musicals so I try to listen to music to help get the…

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 19, 2019

Interview with Poet Eeva Maria al-Khazaali – Installment 6

Today’s Poet is greeting us all the way from Finland! Eeva is well educated in the arts as she has studied Creative Writing in Orivesi College of Arts, Performing Arts in University of Bedfordshire, and Film Studies in University of Wolverhampton. Her work is now being translated into English and it’s an honor to be supporting her in this next…

Blogger By On June 18, 2019

Blog Tour Random Musings Author Interview

Tell us a little bit about your books My first book focused on a journey of love lost then found. Not all poems are happy, as not all of love is. I hope each reader can find comfort and strength to continue on their own journey of love. Where I Ache focuses on various aspects of mental health such as…

Poetry By On June 17, 2019

Blood Clot

You were the one who did the heartbreaking Now all I’m trying to do is stop all the pain and aching.   -2012

Blogger By On June 14, 2019

Favorites Recap

Quarterly favorites review, June Issue!   Favorite show: I’ve been watching The Guardian on Hulu which originally ran from 2001 to 2004. It’s about a corporate lawyer that ends up having to perform community serve at a children’s legal services office. I’m just finishing season 1 now and it’s been good!     Favorite tweet: My Twitter page   Favorite…

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 By On June 9, 2019

Review: Where I Ache — Syl Reads

“If I could just slow down I might see that I’ve already got all that I need and that’s Me” I know you try to fade into the background. Try to keep the sea of people around you From detecting any ripples in the water I know you don’t like hearing how special you are to me. But you are so special. You…

Blogger By On June 4, 2019

Poetry Book Review > ‘Where I Ache’ by Megan O’Keeffe —

Where I Ache by Megan O’Keefe Page Number 154 Genre Poetry Summary Where I Ache is broken up into six chapters ranging from themes such as depression, jealousy, death, and strength. These are delicate subjects to talk about and most people avoid them because of the uncomfortable vulnerability. I’ve always written and shared my poetry with […] via Poetry Book Review…