Sparks of Phoenix by Najwa Zebian

Sparks of Phoenixby Najwa Zebian Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing Date: 2019Pages: 240Fiction/Non-Fiction: Non FictionGenre:  PoetryDays to Read: 1Purchase Locations: Amazon and Kindle Audible Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks QBD In Sparks of Phoenix—Najwa Zebian’s third book of poetry—she takes her readers on a powerful journey of healing. As the phoenix emerges from its ashes, Zebian emerges ablaze in these pages, not only as a... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘The Mermaid’s Voice Returns in This One’ By Amanda Lovelace

'The Mermaid's Voice Returns in This One' By Amanda Lovelace Book 3 in the Women are some kind of Magic Collection Publisher:Andrews McMeel PublishingDate: 2019Pages: 191Fiction/Non-Fiction: Non FictionGenre:  PoetryDays to Read: 1Purchase Locations: Amazon & Kindle Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks Goodreads Choice Award-winning poet and USA TODAY bestselling author Amanda Lovelace presents the mermaid’s voice returns in this one —... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘The Princess Saves Herself in This One’ By Amanda Lovelace

'The Princess Saves Herself in This One' By Amanda Lovelace Publisher: CreateSpaceDate: 2016Pages: 295Fiction/Non-Fiction: Non FictionGenre:  PoetryDays to Read: 1Purchase Locations: Amazon & Kindle Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks QBD "Ah, life- the thing that happens to us while we're off somewhere else blowing on dandelions & wishing ourselves into the pages of our favorite fairy tales." A poetry collection divided into... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘Milk and Honey’ By Rupi Kaur

Milk and Honey Rupi Kaur Publisher: Create SpaceDate: 2014Pages: 204Fiction/Non-Fiction: Non FictionGenre:  PoetryDays to Read: 1Purchase Locations: Amazon and Kindle Audible Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks QBD Milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. About the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity. The book is divided into four chapters, and each chapter serves a different... Continue Reading →

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