Posts Tagged: poetry

Feb 18
2017 Love-a-Thon Mini Challenge: Book Spine Poetry

2017 Love-a-Thon Mini Challenge: Book Spine Poetry

Love-a-Thon is a two day event hosted by Alexa of Alexa Loves Books, Cee of The Novel Hermit, Kristin of Super Space Chick & Mel of The Daily Prophecy. I love book spine poetry, but never really do it on my own time. I really need to get into the habit of doing it often. I’m currently an Avon Addict and I’ve been a terrible participant. I wanted to highlight a few titles I’ve received and what better way than to showcase them to you during Love-a-thon. Here we go… Into the Fire Sweet Little Lies Dangerous Games Till Death The Trouble with Mistletoe You May Kiss the Bride A Date at the Altar How the Duke was Won

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May 14
Book Review: Colleen Hoover’s This Girl

Book Review: Colleen Hoover’s This Girl

It pains me to write this review as well as give it the rating I do because I LOVED Colleen Hoover’s Slammed. I knew This Girl was going to be Will’s point-of-view, but what I didn’t expect was to read Slammed all over again. If I wanted to reread it, I would have just picked up my copy and saved the $8 I paid. Colleen Hoover’s This Girl is the highly anticipated third book in the Slammed series. Will and Lake are now married and are on their honeymoon. One night, they are reminiscing on how they met and Lake asks Will to tell her what his first impression of her was. Will reluctantly agrees and along the way Lake discovers Will has been harboring a few secrets of his… Read more »

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Oct 05
Book Review: Colleen Hoover’s Slammed

Book Review: Colleen Hoover’s Slammed

Instead of a traditional review, I present you with the following: my attempt at a poem. Slam poetry plays a major role in Colleen Hoover’s Slammed. Everything touched upon in the poem is what I took from the novel. Please note the bold sections come directly from Lake’s poem, “Schooled,” and it’s the poem she reads Will regarding her feelings. You can read the full blurb here. I absolutely adore this book and I think you will too. “By a Book” I got schooled this year By a book A book that left me feeling Love, hope, and sadness I learned about life And about death How we wish we could plan And prevent But when he comes knocking We can’t pretend we’re not home We’d love to carve pumpkins… Read more »

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