Poem. Sunshine Views.

Sunshine Views the scenic view as i walk through layers upon layers of small happenings of joggers a train speeding by the sparkle of dew on grass crooked rubbish sacks beside the bins an empty park with ghosts of children past i rejoice in the days that begin when winter ends when i wake and … Continue reading Poem. Sunshine Views.

4 Questions with Patricia M. Osborne.

Patricia M. Osborne 1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.) I’m a writer in my early 60s, married, a mother to three, and grandmother to five and although I was born in Liverpool I live in West Sussex. I have just finished the end of a four-year study for an MA … Continue reading 4 Questions with Patricia M. Osborne.

4 Questions with Linda M. Crate.

Linda M. Crate 1, Tell us about you, your writing (themes, influences, etc.) I am the oldest of two children. I was born in Pittsburgh, PA USA but I grew up in a rural town called Conneautville. I graduated from Linesville High School in 2005. I went on to college, and graduated in December 2009 … Continue reading 4 Questions with Linda M. Crate.

My thoughts on Small Stones from the River by Kat Lehmann ( @songsofkat )

2017 Wishing Shelf Book Awards Finalist “Kat Lehmann's original poetry shows an advanced understanding of the human condition.” –Hall of Fame, Top 500, Vine Voice reviewer
Small Stones from the River is a collection of inspirational poetry and word meditations that will appeal to readers who love the soul-force reflections of Rumi, Nayyirah Waheed, and Lao Tzu. The entries resonate and build so the book becomes an extended meditation that explores love, loss, forgiveness, resilience, and happiness. Small Stones from the River is a companion book for journaling or journeying. These “small stones” are the words you will want to keep in your pocket for later.
“Profound and inspiring… One of the best poetry collections I've read in a long time.” – Top 500, Vine Voice reviewer

4 Questions with Kat Lehmann.

Kat Lehmann 1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.) My writing sits at the intersect of poetry, meditation, inspirational self-help, memoir. Basically, I write what I need to read, and I express it as beautifully and simply as I can. I am a scientist by training, but while I was in … Continue reading 4 Questions with Kat Lehmann.