Fun, honest, thought-provoking poetry guaranteed to put a smile on your face…
A.J. Ross-Etheridge shares a colourful collection of rhyming poetry that covers a range of subject matter that’s consistently uplifting, honest and fun. From her best friend to nature and from regret to reminiscing about days gone by there were some moments that brought a smile to my face – ‘Growing up in the eighties’ comes to mind. While I don’t read much poetry this collection serves as a great advert for personal stories that embodies human feeling through rhyme and something the world needs more of because sharing emotion and thoughts is brave.
“It doesn’t make you weak to fall…”
Many of the verses are accompanied by some wonderful art-work although I read this one in digital format it still didn’t hold back the awesome drawings and colour much like what we see on the front cover. For anyone looking to escape through some verse for a while that tells heart felt stories about life then this is the one for you.
2 thoughts on “‘A Few of My Favourite Things’ by A.J. Ross-Etheridge – Review”
Excellently written and short, but sweet review. Thanks for sharing, Mr. Hall. I hope you are steering clear of the COVID variants and your life is treating you well. Tally-o from the other side of the big pond.
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Thank you Mr McKinley, great to hear from you. I’m doing good thanks, hope you are too!