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Blogger By On February 12, 2020

Where I Ache 6 months old!

Where I Ache is 6 months old and I wanted to thank everyone on here, in the Poetry community, and the book blogger community for showing this project the love and support you all have! At the end of the month, I’ll update everyone on my next project coming down the pipeline, until then check out these reviews and consider…

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…

Poetry By On November 22, 2019

Days when your world’s on a tilt

I take it all so personally Can’t seem to let the wrong words go I just want to stay in bed all day Shut the blinds and close out the world Call in sick to work Think about texting my selfish ex. I’m just having one of those days where I’m grinding my teeth just to make it through.  …

Blogger By On October 30, 2019

Interview with Poet Jason Yearick -Installment 14

Today we meet up with poet Jason Yearick. He touches on so many diverse topics in his poetry, you must visit his website because I’m sure there will be something there each person can enjoy! Jason puts so much thought into every poem he creates, there are new layers you’ll notice after each read. Let’s get started!   You have…

Blogger By On October 9, 2019

Interview with Poet DeVonne White – Installment 13

Today we welcome DeVonne White to the blog! We’ll explore how meditative and healing poetry can be! Poetry is an amazing way to express thoughts and work through struggles.  Let’s talk to DeVonne about how inspiring it is to write about her faith!   How has poetry strengthened your faith? Most of the poetry I write is scripture driven. I’ll…

Blogger By On October 2, 2019

The choice to self publish

The dream for me had always been to be picked up by a big publishing company in the future of my writing career. I knew that would not happen right away and self publishing some books would almost be like building up a resume. I could grow my own fan base, I would be showing that I’m not just a…

Blogger By On September 25, 2019

Interview with Poet Vontress Ortega- Installment 12

I’d like to welcome Vontress Ortega as our next guest! Vontress is a four time published author with her newest “Tainted Soil” released just last month! Her collections touch on character development, self empowerment, love, and betrayal. Vontress is incredibly talented and relatable, I had a hard time putting down her Unveiled collection and I’m sure you’ll all feel the…

Blogger By On September 17, 2019

Interview with Poet Paul Webb – Installment 11

DDateable travels again!! This time we’re in Brazil with Paul Webb! Paul is a poet, translator, and English-language teacher, just to name a few! And quite an educated man, Webb holds a BA in Theology, a Master’s degree in Modern Languages and a Doctorate in Sociology. Naturally my first question will have to be about Language to a translator and…

Blogger By On September 10, 2019

Interview with Poet Jupiter Grant- Installment 10

Today we travel across the pond to UK poet and blogger Jupiter Grant! Jupiter recently released her saucy debut collection “Poe-rotica” which I reviewed and we’ll talk about today! We learn much more about the depth and insight of the collection from this interview so let’s hop right into it.   A good chunk of your collection is written in…