In honor of World Poetry Day I'll be reviewing Simi K. Rao's collection of Poems, Rants and Short Stories, Under the Shade of the Banyan Tree. As I've mentioned before, reading poetry is a great step away from the classic novel and I really enjoy reading collections from different poets to get a taste of… Continue reading Book Review: "Under the Shade of the Banyan Tree"
Book twenty one of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Amanda Lovelace's The Witch Doesn't Burn in This One This collection of poems is book two of Amanda Lovelace's 'Women Are Some Kind of Magic'. The first is The Princess Says Herself in This One, which I reviewed earlier this month. I enjoyed this collection more than… Continue reading Book Review: “The Witch Doesn’t Burn in This One”
Book seventeen of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Nikita Gill's Fierce Fairytales: Poems & Stories to Stir Your Soul Keeping with the poetry theme, I decided to put a couple of books of poetry on hold at the library and of course all three came at once and I'm loving reading them all. This particular book… Continue reading Book Review: “Fierce Fairytales”
Book sixteen of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This One I've been trying to get into poetry more because there's just something about reading exactly how you feel in words that you would have never chosen to use. I love reading books and escaping to another world, but poetry… Continue reading Book Review: “The Princess Saves Herself in This One”
Book twelve of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Rupi Kaur's The Sun and Her Flowers I read Rupi Kaur's first poetry collection Milk and Honey several weeks ago and I fell in love with her writing. In my review I gave you a simple task, to read the book. The same will be strongly suggested for her second… Continue reading Book Review: “The Sun and Her Flowers”