This collection of profound lyrical poems explores the poet's own experiences and observations of both dark and light, revealing her determination to not only survive, but to conquer whatever tries to overcome her.
At the end of it all, the poet demonstrates that the smallest sign of light is enough to help a wandering soul find hope in the passing of the night.
" Intensely personal, at times almost uncomfortably confessional, these poems bare the author's soul to the reader. Ultimately, she triumphs over despair, but it is a hard-won battle, and we sense the fight continues. We take comfort in knowing she will never surrender." - Reviewer
If you've ever wanted to read someone's mind, this book is your oppourtunity.
Profound, honest yet beautifully written poems about life, death, and everything in between. .
Explore with the poet what it is to be human: to love, to celebrate, to grieve, to feel pain, and to overcome, through powerful images of fallenness, hope and redemption.
'Stained Glass' is poetry that reflects the light and shade of life, and all the colours in between. The poet celebrates the strength and extraordinary resilience of women through the exploration of diverse issues, including love, loss, social expectations, self-awareness and personal integrity. In rare moments the glass is rose-coloured; elsewhere, the window is astonishingly clear.
When Phil loses the girl he loves, life as he knows it comes to a screeching halt. Little does he realise that there is so much more yet to be lost.
"The author deftly uses a talisman to spin a story incorporating gruesome horror as forces representing good and evil beyond the grave confront each other." - Reviewer
This eerie tale will please all lovers of horror and dark fiction.
These sixteen short stories offer insights into how people respond when they encounter experiences and events they have not foreseen, or when they discover new horizons in their lives.
Friday is a black cat with a lucky habit of being present when curious things take place. He's highly intelligent, fiercely loyal and devilishly handsome.
If you've ever wished for karma to move a little faster, indulged in uncharitable thoughts about certain annoying people, or suspected that having a black cat cross your path was not quite as unlucky as people seem to think, this book is for you.