poetry

Who Said It Was Over?

In honour of women's history month, I wanted to share with you a poem I wrote after studying the suffragettes a few years ago. I like going through old poems and finding which ones I can share with you guys. I share them as I find them, but often sharing them makes me want to… Continue reading Who Said It Was Over?

Top 5 Tuesday

Top 5 Tuesday

Today I have another Top 5 Tuesdays; hosted by Bionic Book Worm. The theme for March is favourite Authors from A-Z - this week we're focusing on K through O!   K Rupi Kaur - I know she gets a lot of stick as a poet, but I really admire the topics that she discuses… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday

review

Review: A Strangely Wrapped Gift

I was kindly provided with an e-arc of this book via NetGalley.   In A Strangely Wrapped Gift, Juniper takes heavy, emotional raw material and weaves it into stunning, relatable poetry you’ll long to share with friends and loved ones. This collection is a reminder that broken pieces make the most beautiful mosaics, and that all of… Continue reading Review: A Strangely Wrapped Gift