I am honored to share with you a fantastic guest blog post from author and poet Elizabeth Hazen, as part of the wonderful blog tour for “Girls Like Us”. For Christmas, which seems like three lifetimes ago, my parents gave my husband a book of interesting words from around the world*. An engineer who has […]
It is a true honor to share with you all a rare treat, a review of an outstanding audiobook from Maya and Jello of the book of poetry, “The Colors of Me”.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. TRIGGER WARNING: THESE POEMS IN THIS BOOK DEAL WITH THEMES OF ABUSE, SELF-HARM, MENTAL HEALTH AND OTHER STRUGGLES. READ WITH CAUTION IF THESE THEMES TRIGGER YOU. Author and poet Robin Williams returns with a […]
1) For any newcomers to my blog, tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? Well, the truth is I’ve pretty much always written. After my parents split up when I was in fifth grade, I started writing myself to sleep at night. I did that all through middle school. I […]
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. I am happy to share that I have reunited with author Israfel Sivad to bring you an in-depth look into the passionate, creative and unique book of poetry the author has collected. Titled “We […]
I can’t remember what exactly motivated me to put pen to paper but I do remember it being a coping mechanism. I wrote down my thoughts and how I was feeling and I would tear it up. It became my way of letting go.
Bugs, crawling along my skin, Disappearing before I can catch a glance. Trapped, locked within a bin, While I dream of adventures in France. I watch the world, but it doesn’t watch back, I sit motionless as time passes me. The walls are closing in, The air seems to escape my lungs. So many things […]