Over the next few days, I will be recommending several fabulous books that I read this year and that I believe you will like, too. These books will make absolutely thoughtful gifts also, and I invite you to follow my links below to read my reviews in their entirety.
Today I am showcasing three of Pamela Beckford’s poetry books. She is a writer who beautifully articulates what love is.
The first, “Dreams of Love,” is a superb collection of thirty-one poems that not only touches upon the varying facets of a relationship, but is also a powerful timeline of the changeable levels of growth in a relationship. Simply put, “Dreams” can be read in no particular order as stand-alone poems; conversely, if read in order, it presents a love story. Follow this link to read my full book review —-> DREAMS OF LOVE By Pamela Beckford.
In the other, “Love: Lost & Found,” Pamela intelligently captures love and relationships; there is a mature allure in each line, in each scene, in each description of togetherness and estrangement. The reader is allowed to use his or her own imagination of what is transpiring at any given moment. Follow this link to read my full book review —-> LOVE: LOST & FOUND By Pamela Beckford.
Lastly, Pamela penned a collection of poems in collaboration with Kirsten A. in “Voices of Nature,” where the reader feels the sea and seasons, butterflies and birds, wind and sunsets, flowers and stars. Pamela and Kirsten give us their view of Nature in myriad forms, thus helping the reader to see our world in a focused, yet enriched, infinite manner through other eyes. Follow this link to read my full book review —-> VOICES OF NATURE By Pamela B. and Kirsten A.
These books are found on Amazon; I provided the links below:
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