Well, a little self-care and self-love doesn't hurt when you're always so busy and tired, so, like it already happened before, I fell again in the tantalising pit of the promise of Amanda Lovelace's pretty popular poetry.
‘Diary of a Somebody’ by Brian Bilston
Last week I got something magical with my mail: a sweet, warm and comfortable afternoon in a box. As I told about it before, last month I finally decided to join a book subscription box, and it's been a delight so far! The first book I got was 'Diary of a Somebody', written by the popular "Twitter'-poet, Brian Bilston.
‘Black Book of Poems’ by Vincent K. Hunanyan
This book was an easier read than I thought it would be, according to the heavy topics and dark promise of the cover.
‘break your glass slippers’ by Amanda Lovelace
I have a feeling that these books by Amanda Lovelace should be marketed under self-improvement (I mean like self-help for women with low self-esteem...or simply just women, everywhere in the world). Her topics are important, the message is clear, but not over-emphasized, the structure is logical, the illustrations lightly support the whole idea.
It's a great book.
‘I Hope You Stay’ by Courtney Peppernell
(Goodreads/Amazon) Another collection of modern poetry where I'm not a hundred percent sure where the actual poetry is. I don't say that this book actually bad is. It isn't. When I started to read it, I even thought these so called poems could raise the feeling inside me that somebody narrated them to me, I … Continue reading ‘I Hope You Stay’ by Courtney Peppernell
‘Tails You Win’ by Gill Rowe
I LOVE dogs, so I simply had to read this collection of poems about them.
‘a fire like you’ by Upile Chisala
A very emotional collection of poetry that I have mixed feelings about.
‘Stupid Poems’ by Ian Vannoey
This was my first experience with the Stupid Poems series, and honestly, I have no idea what to think.
‘Quintessence: The Poetry of True Nature’ by Sara Priestley
Unfortunately I have to admit that I completely missed the depth that I expected to experience through these poems after reading the description.
‘You Can’t Kill Me Twice’ by Charlyne Yi
Unfortunately I can't say this collection of poetry was really for me.
The topics are good, and there are some interesting and good thoughts in it, but the formatting is just not my style.