Bones in the Garden – McKayla DeBonis

Authors Note Bones in the Garden takes place during a time of a painful breakup, one where I was mentally abused and cheated on multiple times.  Half of these poems came from a very dark time that was so hard to escape from. I learned to grow from this experience, to become the women I […]

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hummingbird – sophia elaine hanson

I am back with another poetry book review because reading poetry is good for the soul I swear. I just finished reading hummingbird by sophia hanson & honestly I don’t know how to feel about it. Sophia is the author of the number one amazon bestselling young adult novel, Vinyl: Book one of the Vinyl […]

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Letting Go is an Acquired Taste – Christina Hart

I finally got some new poetry books and the first one I decided to read was “Letting Go is an Acquired Taste” by Christina Hart, I got mine on Amazon for around $8.00 CAD. This book in particular is very small and only has 41 pages of poetry. The first poem in this book will […]

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We Hope This Reaches You In Time – r.h sin & Samantha King Holmes

I have been missing for a while I know. I am currently writing this post sitting in a Vancouver Airport waiting for my  best friend to finish work so we can live our best lives. On my dreadful 5 hour flight here I finally finished “We Hope This Reaches You In Time” by r.h sin […]

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Whiskey Mind Sober Heart – r.h sin

r.h sin did it again when another surprise release that was under $5 which is very affordable for all us broke kids out here. As soon as this was available on amazon I snatched it up but it took over a week to get here which is kind of annoying but life. This book was […]

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I hope this reaches her too – r.h sin

As we know, I loved I hope this reaches her in time which released late last year, so when I saw that I hope this reaches her too was out i ran to amazon and ordered it so quick it wasn’t even funny. Plus I paid $5 for this book as well, can we say […]

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Worth – Akashni Johnson

“These pages contain struggle and strength, rock-bottom and sky-high, the losing and finding of self-worth, and I hope you discover home in them” “Worth” isn’t as intense as something like “milk and honey” or “the sun and her flowers” but it is a refreshing piece about losing and finding your self worth which I feel […]

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