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a narrative that feels like a memory to every writer... Byline Legacies is a nostalgic collage of inspiration, candor, and comfort—snapshots of the moments we have experienced (or will experience) during our lives as creatives. Woven through fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, you’ll discover love letters to our greatest influencers, memoirs of our humble beginnings, anthems f a narrative that feels like a memory to every writer... Byline Legacies is a nostalgic collage of inspiration, candor, and comfort—snapshots of the moments we have experienced (or will experience) during our lives as creatives. Woven through fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, you’ll discover love letters to our greatest influencers, memoirs of our humble beginnings, anthems for our greatest triumphs, symphonies that praise our journeys, and heart-wrenching confessions of the times when we doubted ourselves and questioned what kind of legacy we were creating. Embrace your curiosity, awaken your inner creative, and remember the importance of your voice, your ideas, and why you fell in love with writing in the first place. This book is for all of us who have ever chased a dream that didn’t make sense to anyone else: find yourself within the prose and know that you are never truly alone.


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a narrative that feels like a memory to every writer... Byline Legacies is a nostalgic collage of inspiration, candor, and comfort—snapshots of the moments we have experienced (or will experience) during our lives as creatives. Woven through fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, you’ll discover love letters to our greatest influencers, memoirs of our humble beginnings, anthems f a narrative that feels like a memory to every writer... Byline Legacies is a nostalgic collage of inspiration, candor, and comfort—snapshots of the moments we have experienced (or will experience) during our lives as creatives. Woven through fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, you’ll discover love letters to our greatest influencers, memoirs of our humble beginnings, anthems for our greatest triumphs, symphonies that praise our journeys, and heart-wrenching confessions of the times when we doubted ourselves and questioned what kind of legacy we were creating. Embrace your curiosity, awaken your inner creative, and remember the importance of your voice, your ideas, and why you fell in love with writing in the first place. This book is for all of us who have ever chased a dream that didn’t make sense to anyone else: find yourself within the prose and know that you are never truly alone.

50 review for Byline Legacies

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sherlene

    This book is a collection of different things and i must be honest at first i was like what am i reading here.. But as i went back to the beginning of the book with an open mind and started to read the bios on the writers and then thier stories or poems or letters, i realized that these are thier ways of expressing thier struggles in the process and it was very enlightening. You see it doesn't just come together perfectly like magic for every single author or writer at first and through these st This book is a collection of different things and i must be honest at first i was like what am i reading here.. But as i went back to the beginning of the book with an open mind and started to read the bios on the writers and then thier stories or poems or letters, i realized that these are thier ways of expressing thier struggles in the process and it was very enlightening. You see it doesn't just come together perfectly like magic for every single author or writer at first and through these stories, poems, letters you find out how it can sometimes be a bit of a pain in the rear. And how they get through all of that. And for those that don't have that issue as well.. All in all I absolutely loved it!! It was very entertaining, enlightening and at times comforting to know that you are not the only one who sometimes gets frustrated while trying to write. I absolutely loved it.. Check it out and give it a good read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Deb Ramos

    “Byline Legacies “ by Cardigan Press, edited by Lizzie Thornton, is the first compilation book I have ever reviewed. It was a little difficult to do so with so many poems, letters and stories. I will do my best to review it properly. I really enjoyed reading the book. It is compilation of raw, open, honest, and vulnerable words and feelings from various authors. The book also includes a small bio about each of the authors as well. I found myself heavily involved in the thought provoking words “Byline Legacies “ by Cardigan Press, edited by Lizzie Thornton, is the first compilation book I have ever reviewed. It was a little difficult to do so with so many poems, letters and stories. I will do my best to review it properly. I really enjoyed reading the book. It is compilation of raw, open, honest, and vulnerable words and feelings from various authors. The book also includes a small bio about each of the authors as well. I found myself heavily involved in the thought provoking words that reveal pretty much every emotion we have all felt at some time or another in our lives. The authors of all the works written in this book express feelings such as uncertainty, loneliness, sadness, despair, hopefulness, hopelessness, love, friendship, and determination to name a few. These words affect you, they draw you in and leave you with a feeling of inspiration and hope. It makes you think and feel as though you can accomplish anything you want even if you are discouraged at times if you just don’t give up. “Byline Legacies” shows the struggles, disappointments and successes in these authors lives and it’s coveys an inspiring message to never quit and keep working towards your goal regardless of how many times you fall. Many of the words written in this book will change your outlook of the world and perhaps even of yourself. I highly recommend reading this book, you will not be disappointed.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    *Spoilers* I thoroughly enjoyed the variety of writing in this anthology. The individual author stories were as compelling as their actual written pieces. I have chosen three which moved me to comment on. Guitar Hanna- Cultivating Ideas Conundrum held me throughout the whole piece and I could identify with much she had written. Michael Pudney wrote with such honesty and his grief was raw and I could feel his anguish. 'Bernard's generation was the last to embrace mystery.' There was something wistfu *Spoilers* I thoroughly enjoyed the variety of writing in this anthology. The individual author stories were as compelling as their actual written pieces. I have chosen three which moved me to comment on. Guitar Hanna- Cultivating Ideas Conundrum held me throughout the whole piece and I could identify with much she had written. Michael Pudney wrote with such honesty and his grief was raw and I could feel his anguish. 'Bernard's generation was the last to embrace mystery.' There was something wistful and sad about this sentence. Finally Kate Kenzie, The Ghost Writer sent chills down my spine and gripped me, urging me on to the end.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ekta

    A writer’s bio stating his ability to time travel “as shown by his out-of-date headshot.” A poem dedicated to all the poems left unwritten. A conversation between a protagonist and an author after the collapse of a publisher. These and more pieces make up the robust debut collection from Cardigan Press called Byline Legacies. With the subtitle “An Anthology by Writers for Writers,” editors and Cardigan Press co-founders Jaime Dill and Lizzie Thornton make clear from the outset that Byline Legacie A writer’s bio stating his ability to time travel “as shown by his out-of-date headshot.” A poem dedicated to all the poems left unwritten. A conversation between a protagonist and an author after the collapse of a publisher. These and more pieces make up the robust debut collection from Cardigan Press called Byline Legacies. With the subtitle “An Anthology by Writers for Writers,” editors and Cardigan Press co-founders Jaime Dill and Lizzie Thornton make clear from the outset that Byline Legacies acts as a love letter to the writing life: its struggles, its successes, its depths of despair and heights of happiness. The collection combines poetry, fiction, and nonfiction work and runs the gamut from the strictly literary pieces to those with more of a commercial feel. Readers who find themselves curious about how writers do what they do will find a variety of approaches and emotions in this anthology. Carol Beth Anderson’s piece “Coffee Shop Writer” follows the symbiotic relationship between an author and her inspiration. The author meets a fan, a barista, and over the course of working on a story the author finds herself invigorated by the friendship she forms with the coffee shop employee. By the end, it’s clear that the lines between real life and the writing life often get blurry. Michelle Tang’s “Message in a Novel” pays homage to the people who support writers and stand by them. Main character Jason has spent years hunting through used bookstores for a particular book. Tang takes readers through Jason’s life and just why the book means so much to him, using a deft touch to bring the story to its inevitable yet heartfelt ending. Jonathan Petley’s “Sonnet Twenty Twenty” uses the familiar Shakespearean poetry form to approach the topic of the pandemic, encapsulating in a succinct manner the emotions of the year with a clever nod to the master of the form. Allene Nichols offers the poem “After Writer’s Block” to discuss the intensity of the push-and-pull writing process, making it a near-visceral experience. Clare Proctor, in “On Falling In Love With Poets,” talks with an appealing clarity about embracing the genre through those who produce it. Although the collection might have benefited from marking the prose pieces fiction and nonfiction, for the most part readers will find answers to many questions they might have had about what it means to write with intention. What does it feel like when writing eludes you? Do writers actually “talk” to their characters? How does a piece finally come together? How do writers start? Non-writer readers will discover all this and more. Readers who write themselves will find themselves nodding along at the pain and joy described. Regardless of what genre a writer might pursue, Byline Legacies will offer solace by addressing the writing life on a broader scale. It comforts and, yes, inspires writers by reminding them that while the act of writing itself is solitary, the writing community is not. Those curious to know more about how writers’ minds and their processes work will enjoy this collection.

  5. 4 out of 5

    J.R.

    An anthology as deep and varied as its many authors With so many wonderful stories, poems, memoirs and more, I would recommend taking the time to take in each piece before moving on to the next. There is a lot of emotional depth here, along with relatable characters and events, with no two pieces (or authors) alike. As each author's style is individual, there are some pieces that will be more enjoyable than others, but you will certainly find some that will resonate with you on a deep and persona An anthology as deep and varied as its many authors With so many wonderful stories, poems, memoirs and more, I would recommend taking the time to take in each piece before moving on to the next. There is a lot of emotional depth here, along with relatable characters and events, with no two pieces (or authors) alike. As each author's style is individual, there are some pieces that will be more enjoyable than others, but you will certainly find some that will resonate with you on a deep and personal level. Almost as enjoyable as the pieces themselves were the introductions to each writer. Having a glimpse into who each person is before reading their work was refreshingly different, setting this anthology apart from others I have read. Although several pieces talk about writing, I believe this anthology will appeal to anyone creative, indeed anyone who has ever dreamt of something other than what is. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tonya

    Byline Legacies is a collection of poems and very short stories about the struggle to put words on the page. Only experiencing the situation when I am writing a review, this was foreign territory for me. I wasn't sure what I had let myself in for. I was very pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed the book. From 'ghost writers' to 'where I got my passion to write' (not titles, just my summary of the stories), Byline Legacies explores the trials and tribulations of writing, as well as the joy of fi Byline Legacies is a collection of poems and very short stories about the struggle to put words on the page. Only experiencing the situation when I am writing a review, this was foreign territory for me. I wasn't sure what I had let myself in for. I was very pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed the book. From 'ghost writers' to 'where I got my passion to write' (not titles, just my summary of the stories), Byline Legacies explores the trials and tribulations of writing, as well as the joy of finding the right words. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in writing and how a book comes to be. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Caron Mckinlay

    A gorgeous and rich tapestry of thoughts from writers who open their souls to the beauty and turmoil of setting words to a page. Writing is a lonely occupation but this book was a gorgeous companion. It made you feel less isolated and alone. Some of the words brought tears to my eyes. And some I laughed with. Not only for writers - this book is for any kind of artist or for anyone who is interested in a writer's thoughts. Beautiful and I am so grateful to all the contributors that opened their h A gorgeous and rich tapestry of thoughts from writers who open their souls to the beauty and turmoil of setting words to a page. Writing is a lonely occupation but this book was a gorgeous companion. It made you feel less isolated and alone. Some of the words brought tears to my eyes. And some I laughed with. Not only for writers - this book is for any kind of artist or for anyone who is interested in a writer's thoughts. Beautiful and I am so grateful to all the contributors that opened their heart. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Eden Campbell

    This is one of the greatest anthologies I've ever read, especially as a lover of the craft of writing. I found the premise to be absolutely brilliant, but the writing itself exceeded my expectations. I really wanted to become friends with every single author because I felt like I was given such an authentic, meaningful glimpse into their lives. Highly recommend this book! This is one of the greatest anthologies I've ever read, especially as a lover of the craft of writing. I found the premise to be absolutely brilliant, but the writing itself exceeded my expectations. I really wanted to become friends with every single author because I felt like I was given such an authentic, meaningful glimpse into their lives. Highly recommend this book!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elaina Battista-Parsons

    You know those perfect late afternoons in fall when you’ve got dinner simmering, vegetables chopped, and a perfect cup of lavender-chamomile steeping? You have your favorite gray sweatpants on, two pre-dinner slices of cheddar on a napkin, and best of all, a silent house. That’s what reading Byline Legacies feels like. It comforts and pokes the aspiring writer in all the right places, and makes you feel less alone, and that maybe your new draft isn’t so shabby. Maybe if you keep at it, it will t You know those perfect late afternoons in fall when you’ve got dinner simmering, vegetables chopped, and a perfect cup of lavender-chamomile steeping? You have your favorite gray sweatpants on, two pre-dinner slices of cheddar on a napkin, and best of all, a silent house. That’s what reading Byline Legacies feels like. It comforts and pokes the aspiring writer in all the right places, and makes you feel less alone, and that maybe your new draft isn’t so shabby. Maybe if you keep at it, it will transform into the compelling piece you first envisioned. From a cheap cut to a tender piece of filet mignon. From prose to poems, Byline delivers a soft punch, but kindly don’t confuse that with meek or dull. It’s mellow, relevant, electric, and elegant all at once. I enjoyed my ARC copy and looked forward to each new piece through the course a week. I devoured it in segments so I could sit with the pieces and savor it like one would a chocolate cheesecake with graham cracker crust. The one you hide at the back of the fridge so no one else dares to put a fork to it. I found myself circling favorite lines. “How to Invite Strangers” really spoke to me, especially when R. Tim Morris writes about the Mediterranean blue walls and references a turntable. So good. His second person POV soars. The last paragraph of “The Cultivating Ideas Conundrum” is genius—the idea of “reclaiming our breath” as creators. Deeper into the collection I reveled in Carol Beth Anderson’s “Coffee-Shop Writer” and how she crochets the relationship between writers and their favorite caffeine past time. It’s so human and so honest. “My First Fan Letter” by Jane Schapiro made my eyes well up. The vulnerability wrapped in writing is perfectly captured in her piece. Jonathan Petley’s poem was my favorite poem. I circled his description of a summer sky because it sat on my chest and made me gasp. David Jesson’s “Today I Will Write” made me late for picking up my little one at school. His piece grabbed me and kept me there. Jenn Jarrett’s “Choosing Success” nailed what it’s like to talk about publishing with non-writers. Aaron Sandberg’s “The Poetry Lesson” has a note in pink pen next to it that says: WHOA. I can’t even… That means I read it many times and loved it harder with each read. Byline Legacies feels like a well-crafted album. The albums where you don’t skip songs. The albums that you select because you need to hear it in that moment because the lyrics and drums say it better than you can.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sparks Writes

    I liked the format of intro to the writer and then reading their words. Threads so intriguingly woven. Call to attention with "HEY YOU", then you is the subject of the second piece, which flows into the wondering tone of the third piece, and a slight subject shift to I as we readers immerse into the immediacy of writing and word choice selection. So many topics touching on that encompass the writing pro/cess including (but not limited to!):realizations, ideations, creativity, listening, after wr I liked the format of intro to the writer and then reading their words. Threads so intriguingly woven. Call to attention with "HEY YOU", then you is the subject of the second piece, which flows into the wondering tone of the third piece, and a slight subject shift to I as we readers immerse into the immediacy of writing and word choice selection. So many topics touching on that encompass the writing pro/cess including (but not limited to!):realizations, ideations, creativity, listening, after writer's block, first fan letters, fear and forging, observation, impressions, readiness, recognition, reader response, inspired responses, and sources. These piece could be re-read and more gleaned. They serve as author-work connections. They come alongside the wrier's life journey and inspire. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Matthew W Seniff

    This book is a huge departure from my usual reading fare. It’s an anthology of indie authors that includes poetry and essays along with a bio of the authors. Sometimes the bio is longer than the author’s contribution and in fact the bios are easily skipped. It’s a quick whether you spend time reading the bios or not. The poetry and essays are all very succinct and quite enjoyable to read. I’ve always liked poetry at least up till 3rd year Latin when the poems were all in dactylic pentameter. Th This book is a huge departure from my usual reading fare. It’s an anthology of indie authors that includes poetry and essays along with a bio of the authors. Sometimes the bio is longer than the author’s contribution and in fact the bios are easily skipped. It’s a quick whether you spend time reading the bios or not. The poetry and essays are all very succinct and quite enjoyable to read. I’ve always liked poetry at least up till 3rd year Latin when the poems were all in dactylic pentameter. These poems brought me back to the sheer enjoyment of a short poem. The essays vary in length but the quality is first rate. This anthology reawakened my interest in poetry as well as essays. My reading will probably include a more varied diet than I’ve been consuming of late (but I won’t be reading Roman poetry anytime soon). I recommend this book to anyone like me that has not ventured outside their usual reading genres in a while. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Daryl P Goodwin

    Something for most writers. I don't advise trying to read this in one sitting as you may lose much of the richness and messages. Better, perhaps, to read each contribution and mull it over before moving on to the next. The many contributors are authors who have their own take on what a byline legacy is. The type and style of writing varies so it is possible to find something that you like or resonates. Conversely, not all contributions will be to your taste or engage. However you can quickly move Something for most writers. I don't advise trying to read this in one sitting as you may lose much of the richness and messages. Better, perhaps, to read each contribution and mull it over before moving on to the next. The many contributors are authors who have their own take on what a byline legacy is. The type and style of writing varies so it is possible to find something that you like or resonates. Conversely, not all contributions will be to your taste or engage. However you can quickly move on to another author. You will find: biographies; short stories; epigrams, poems and aspirations as well as pearls of wisdom. The appeal will be mainly to those wrestling with writing and could relieve loneliness or boost confidence by showing you are not alone and others have come through writer's block or other lack of inspiration. The format is simple in giving you the name of the author, a short biography and then the piece they wrote. There were some formatting problems with the copy that I had, but I think it would help if the biography section was in a different font from the others as several times it was not clear when it ended and the contribution began. Use is already made of italics for book titles or similar references and bold seems to be used for author names, so a distinctive font is needed to alert the reader as to which piece is which. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    CM_Irving

    What is it to be an author? Everyone has a different idea: hobbyists, it's easy, anyone can write, they're like hermits, no social skills, they live in coffee shops, etc etc. Add to that the 'you're not a REAL writer' comments and it's enough to make anyone develop imposter syndrome. Or maybe decide to never pick up the pen in the first place. What Cardigan Press has brought together is a plethora of experience. Real, inspired, and fanciful. Byline Legacies peels back the cover on the author expe What is it to be an author? Everyone has a different idea: hobbyists, it's easy, anyone can write, they're like hermits, no social skills, they live in coffee shops, etc etc. Add to that the 'you're not a REAL writer' comments and it's enough to make anyone develop imposter syndrome. Or maybe decide to never pick up the pen in the first place. What Cardigan Press has brought together is a plethora of experience. Real, inspired, and fanciful. Byline Legacies peels back the cover on the author experience and lets you delve deep into the alphabet below the surface. Those letters jumble together in surprising and lyrical ways. You will laugh, you might cry, and you will certainly ponder. You might see a reflection of yourself. You might see inspiration. You might see that your worst nightmare really isn't all that bad. By letting these tales and verses wash over you, you will be awash in the sea of authorship. Where there are no rules, no shores, no limits, and no judgements. You will find the ultimate writing truth: If you arrange the alphabet of your language into words, forms, and phrases you are an author. If you don't believe that, read this book and see. There is no one way to be an author. But everyone in this book writes with brilliance. Let their works sparkle in your mind. Melt in your ears. And carry you into dreamland. It's worth the read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Hannam

    I enjoy reading ARCs from authors I haven’t experienced yet and without reading the synopsis. Though, generally I know the genre. In this case I had no idea what I was letting myself in for! The book contains an eclectic collection of fiction and non-fiction stories, poems and memoirs all relating to personal experiences of the writer. Some entries are accolades and thanks to people, who inspired, encouraged and supported them; others about the internal struggles and triumphs of the writing proces I enjoy reading ARCs from authors I haven’t experienced yet and without reading the synopsis. Though, generally I know the genre. In this case I had no idea what I was letting myself in for! The book contains an eclectic collection of fiction and non-fiction stories, poems and memoirs all relating to personal experiences of the writer. Some entries are accolades and thanks to people, who inspired, encouraged and supported them; others about the internal struggles and triumphs of the writing process. Then there are ones that take you on a meandering journey into the mind of a writer. Each author’s entry is compelling in its own way. Every contribution is prefixed with a short bio of the author and while not necessary I recommend reading them to further deepen the experience; I liked doing this after I read the stories. I enjoyed most of the book, though some shorts were a bit too abstract for me, but would certainly recommend it, even just for a change of pace. It’s good to take yourself out of your comfort zone now and again! I received this book as free ARC copy from Cardigan Press and am leaving my review of my own volition.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Amira

    I started this one but ended up putting it back down. Maybe it's because I just finished a really good anthology, and this one just...isn't what I was looking for. I don't think I would have spent the money on it had I realized it would be $15.00 for such a tiny book! It's not even 200 pages, and a lot of those pages are poetry or half pages...so, basically, it's like 15.00 for maybe 150 pages of actual writing, being generous. I might return it to Amazon, I don't know. All of it felt like it had I started this one but ended up putting it back down. Maybe it's because I just finished a really good anthology, and this one just...isn't what I was looking for. I don't think I would have spent the money on it had I realized it would be $15.00 for such a tiny book! It's not even 200 pages, and a lot of those pages are poetry or half pages...so, basically, it's like 15.00 for maybe 150 pages of actual writing, being generous. I might return it to Amazon, I don't know. All of it felt like it had kind of the sameish voice to me. Something about the style really lacked the personality I expect in an anthology. Maybe it's because it's "for writers" and...well..that ain't me. I suppose I thought it would also be for readers. Saw a lot of hype for it on tiktok and other social media....but it was a let-down. Maybe I'll pick it back up later and like it more. If so, I'll update my review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cara Robinette

    This book..just wow. As a writer, I have never felt so supported and loved. I have never felt so validated in the pursuit of my craft. This book is like a warm hug in book form for anyone who writes, wants to write, knows a writer, or knows how to write (so everyone ). No matter how many times I read it, I end up going back for a laugh, cry, and when Im feeling discouraged about writing. It is a book that is physical and literal love poured into every word for every writer. I truly adore this bo This book..just wow. As a writer, I have never felt so supported and loved. I have never felt so validated in the pursuit of my craft. This book is like a warm hug in book form for anyone who writes, wants to write, knows a writer, or knows how to write (so everyone ). No matter how many times I read it, I end up going back for a laugh, cry, and when Im feeling discouraged about writing. It is a book that is physical and literal love poured into every word for every writer. I truly adore this book. And I can not wait for holiday season to curl up with it like a nostalgic memory I want to revisit over and over.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    I wasn’t sure what to make of this collection but once I started reading the bios , stories and poems I really enjoyed them. A few of the stories really catch your attention and keep you reading. The stories and poems are thought provoking like the one where a ghost gets an author to write his story or the one where a machine helps write the author’s book, these are just two, there are many more. An enjoyable read that I would recommend to everyone. I received a free copy of this book via Bookspr I wasn’t sure what to make of this collection but once I started reading the bios , stories and poems I really enjoyed them. A few of the stories really catch your attention and keep you reading. The stories and poems are thought provoking like the one where a ghost gets an author to write his story or the one where a machine helps write the author’s book, these are just two, there are many more. An enjoyable read that I would recommend to everyone. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Eli B

    Some are conversations with characters , some are inspiration, but this book I connected with as these are things I do as a writer as well. The one that haunts me the most is about an author looking for a specific autographed book he wrote and why it was so special. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Joi Maples

    i usually don't read books like this, but as an English Lit major it certainly appealed to me ... as a compilation of essays, poems, memoirs, etc this won't be for everyone ... approach with an open mind i usually don't read books like this, but as an English Lit major it certainly appealed to me ... as a compilation of essays, poems, memoirs, etc this won't be for everyone ... approach with an open mind

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    An interesting coffee table read, something to dip into when you have a few minutes to fill. An intriguing mix of poetry, short stories, personal experiences & memories. I did enjoy most of it!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Honest, raw, open, creative. If you're ever interested in how writers' minds work, their inspirations and their journeys, this is THE book. Honest, raw, open, creative. If you're ever interested in how writers' minds work, their inspirations and their journeys, this is THE book.

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