A slow burn of a read of a cop’s life story. The author eases the reader into his world of navigating the complexities of street life.Continue reading ““Black, White, And Gray All Over”: Reedsy Discovery book review”
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This read will have you eager to find out who ended this particular high-end escort’s life.
Death Beneath the Covers follows the case of what happened to Becca, a high-end escort for the Australian Foxy Escorts Agency. Liz Jeffreys inserts herself into the investigation of her murder since Becca was one of the women working for her. Jack and Max are the detectives at the center of the investigation and feelings and histories already start to get involved from the start. Eventually, the waters of suspicious activity connected to the murder becoming increasingly muddied.Continue reading ““Death Beneath the Covers”: Reedsy Discovery Review”
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Freebird is a nice, mostly lighthearted read for everyone. The poems are short and not overly complicated, which can be refreshing in these times of uncertainty. In other words, it’s a good quarantine read.
Freebird is divided into six parts: life, time, humanity, relationships, mind, and self-love. Some poems have a universal message, but most feel like a glimpse into the writer’s mind and life. Poems like that of “Existence” exemplify the universal feeling of tiredness. On the other hand, poems like “Fog” have that air of childhood nostalgia, a yearning for simpler times.
I don’t usually read books of poetry, but I chose this one for a change in my reading diet and am glad I did. The pages themselves are pleasant surprises with their doodles and sketches as visuals for the topic in each poem. The doodles range from cute to fun to silly to sometimes serious, adding to the overall entertainment aspect of the book.
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