Official Review: Journey of a Bedroom Poet

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Re: Official Review: Journey of a Bedroom Poet

Post by Sirajuddin » 11 Oct 2018, 08:26

A beautiful collection of poems, written from the comfort zone of the poet's bedroom. And there are poems in this book, from humor to social media and I liked the poem, #Confidence. Overall an inspirational poetical journey in the form of collection, worth reading.
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Post by Ferdinand_otieno » 11 Oct 2018, 08:30

This is an book on self-help and empowerment written through a series of amazing poems. The author writes an amazing book that i rated 4 out of 4 stars. The book is free on Amazon Kindle and has a detailed onlinebookclub review. Congrats on being the BOTD.

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Post by Cecilia_L » 11 Oct 2018, 08:35

All the poems are encapsulated by a nudge of inspiration that is bound to enjoin every reader to live life as their own and on their own terms. The underlying tone was that of encouragement and reassurance. The collection contains an urge from the poet to the reader to step into the unknown and go after their dreams fiercely without restraint or regret.
This type of collection really appeals to me. I just downloaded the book and look forward to reading it. Thanks for your excellent review!

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Post by bb587 » 11 Oct 2018, 08:47

It's hard to find a good book of poetry. This collection sounds pleasant and inspirational. The author's mixed heritage lends a perspective readers might not have.

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Post by LaurenHaupt » 11 Oct 2018, 08:47

I'm not into poetry but only because I haven't read much. The book sounds really good. The poems sound really positive. Great review!
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Post by jeff odongo » 11 Oct 2018, 08:59

Thanks for the review. This book is perfect for those who love poetry and am one of them. The real issues in life are really reflected in this book. Thanks

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Post by Shanna29 » 11 Oct 2018, 09:04

I have never read an entire book with just poetry. So this will be something new for me. I am inspired and intrigued to read the poems based on poets life experiences. Great review.

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Post by Kister Bless » 11 Oct 2018, 09:07

"My soul is my home and I hear it singing lightly against the rainbows of life's wind and every life's wind.” A quote from the poem about Travelling Through the Soul. The book seems captivating. I would like to read every piece of poem in the book. Great review!

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Post by Misael » 11 Oct 2018, 09:15

A book containing a collection of poems is really not my thing, but based on the reviews, it seemed to be a wonderful read to fans of this genre. Congrats!

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Post by Book Lover 35 » 11 Oct 2018, 09:21

I love that it is a poetry book. I like that it teaches us to love ourselves and is also a little humorous at the same time. Thank you for the wonderful review!
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Post by Fozia-Bajwa » 11 Oct 2018, 09:22

Ashfaq Ahmad is a Pakistani writer. he says we should do what should we have to do in and we should not do the things we want to do. So your review of the book has resemblance with the saying of Ashfaq Ahmad. Thanks for your good choice.

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Post by Shalomsamuels1 » 11 Oct 2018, 09:23

Poetry, huh. Sounds fun

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Post by PoisonWhiteRose » 11 Oct 2018, 09:26

This looks very interesting and it might be worth a read. I will have to see. The review was great.
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Post by Farmgurl1 » 11 Oct 2018, 09:27

Based on the review, it sounds like a really nice collection. This seems like it may be especially helpful to teens who are addicted to social media and how the world perceives them. Thanks for the nice review.

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Post by Mabel6 » 11 Oct 2018, 09:36

I added this book to my not interested in reading shelf, just not my cup of tea. However, the title, cover, genre and entire book screams my sister's name who I know would love reading this one. I like the uplifting and inspiring aspects of this poetry book.

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