Thanks and appreciation to Colleen Chesebbro for posting a review of my Voices (In The Trash) picture poetry book alongside reviews of wonderful works by Sally Cronin (Life is like a bowl of cherries) and S.R Mallory (Endangered Spells) and Deb Bowman (Delilah Astral Investigator Infinity Series: Episode 2, The Boy Who Would Be King).
What a set to be included amongst!
Congratulations to all and thank you again, Colleen.
Featuring Your Next Weekend Read!
I’m still playing catch-up with book reviews. These are a few of the books I’ve been reading the last couple of months. I’m sure you will find something that will catch your fancy!
“Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries,” by Sally Cronin
Short story and poetry anthologies are all the rage now, and Sally Cronin’s “Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries” does not disappoint. This eclectic mix takes the reader through a gambit of feelings that revolve around the themes of love, loss, humor, revenge, and life’s second chances.
A few of these tales brought tears to my eyes, such as “Long Lost Love,” which tells the story of Tom and Elaine, a pregnancy, and a visit from beyond the grave. However, the poetry is as exceptional as the short stories. The butterfly cinquain, “Ritual of Mehndi,” shares a glimpse into the traditional…
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