Book Review: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

My brother says I like poetry not novels. He's not entirely wrong. I enjoy poetic prose. I fall in love with an author's writing first, then the characters, then the story. Sometimes I don't even care for the story but I devour the writing. This was the case with Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. My heart … Continue reading Book Review: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Vertigo – an epic poem about love, loss, and freedom

"When a mountain begins to smoke, rest assured an ancient fire has begun a holy pilgrimage to the surface" - Analog de Leon, Vertigo   Initial insights Vertigo: of love and letting go, was a breath of fresh air. Chris Purifoy, writing as Analog de Leon, transported me into a world of vibrant color, engaging … Continue reading Vertigo – an epic poem about love, loss, and freedom

Creative Ways to Skyrocket your Productivity all Day

  There's nothing quite like being in the zone. You know the place. When you're undistracted and words pour onto the page like summer rain. All the world fades away and there's nothing but your thoughts, the keyboard, and an increasing word count. Being in the zone is magical. But all magic comes at a … Continue reading Creative Ways to Skyrocket your Productivity all Day

Failing Maths and My Other Crimes: A Review

See how the grass grows, no matter what? We grew up like that, too. - Thabo Jijana This week, My Poetry Corner looks reviews Failing Maths and My Other Crimes. A debut poetry collection by South African poet, Thabo Jijana. The collection has been on my bookshelf for almost a year.   What I liked … Continue reading Failing Maths and My Other Crimes: A Review

Review: Eat.Pray.Hustle by Havilah Cunnington

The only way to truly leave a lasting legacy is to live as a Dream Chaser. We can’t forget our dream is always connected to the big dream of God. God’s dream is for the family. It’s for lasting fruit, and He wants our story to be connected to His GREAT story. It's official. I'm … Continue reading Review: Eat.Pray.Hustle by Havilah Cunnington

My Poetry Corner: In a Language that You Know by: Len Verwey – a review

"I'd recognize you now in an instant yet I'd struggle to describe you to a friend as you were then." This week I'm introducing My Poetry Corner where I'll review chapbooks, literary magazines/journals, and other poetry collections. And I might add one of my own pieces from time to time. In this week's Poetry Corner … Continue reading My Poetry Corner: In a Language that You Know by: Len Verwey – a review