Editorial Review – The Long Body that Connects Us All

  Title: The Long Body that Connects Us All Author: Rich Marcello Genre: Poetry   The Long Body that Connects Us All by Rich Marcello is a large collection of poetry divided between three parts. The entire collection of poetry seems to look back on the past and all the changes one experiences over the course of their life.… Read More Editorial Review – The Long Body that Connects Us All

Bramble Brush – New Release Blitz

  Author: Katie Byron Book title: Bramble Brush Genre: Women’s Literature Publish date: 11/11/2020   Blurb: Til an End Defined by Time is a novella series about self-discovery, self-love and inner strength. Spanning the 1970’s through the present day, travel with Kat and Rory as they discover their sexuality and capacity for love in all forms. Discovering an… Read More Bramble Brush – New Release Blitz

Sands of Centuries Swirl By My Side – Book Quote Corner

  Meadow of Imagination Step into a meadow of imagination, If ye dare, Gracefully guided by a Maiden fair. Winds whisk the woven silk grass, Revealing an impression of beauty Within beauty, a flawless lass. Blink not for although this majestic Footprint surely to last, The initial moment is now but a memory Of the… Read More Sands of Centuries Swirl By My Side – Book Quote Corner

Sands of Centuries Swirl By My Side – Blog Tour

  Author: Kathleen Byron Etzel Book title: Sands of Centuries Swirl by my Side Genre: Poetry Publish date: 02/12/2020   Blurb: Sands of Centuries Swirls by My Side is a selection of poetry penned about an ethereal image of pure, perfect, tortuous, enduring love, and separately, ascension or dissension from death to heaven, or hell. In short, Kathleen… Read More Sands of Centuries Swirl By My Side – Blog Tour

By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept – Book Review

  By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept Synopsis: One day, while browsing in a London bookshop, Elizabeth Smart chanced upon a slim volume of poetry by George Barker – and fell passionately in love with him through the printed word. Eventually they communicated directly and, as a result of Barker’s impoverished circumstances,… Read More By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept – Book Review