Official Review: Journey of a Bedroom Poet

Use this section to discuss drama books and poetry books. Drama includes plays but not novels. This includes work by Shakespeare, Marlowe, Miller etc. Poetry anthologies can also go here.
Forum rules
Authors and publishers are not able to post replies in the review topics.
Post Reply
User avatar
Laura Del
Posts: 277
Joined: 29 Apr 2018, 10:00
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 28
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: The Crystilleries of Echoland by Dew Pellucid

Re: Official Review: Journey of a Bedroom Poet

Post by Laura Del » 11 Oct 2018, 10:58

I'm not really a poetry kind of person. I'm going to have to pass on this one. It's just not something I'm interested in.
"Write drunk, edit sober."~Ernest Hemingway

User avatar
Posts: 418
Joined: 02 Jul 2016, 10:46
2019 Reading Goal: 60
2019 Reading Goal Completion: 73
2018 Reading Goal: 100
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 28
Currently Reading: The Crystilleries of Echoland
Bookshelf Size: 404
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Man Mission by Eytan Uliel

Post by Mmg8464 » 11 Oct 2018, 11:02

"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 sounds like a self improvement book but in poetry form. I loved your review. I've never read poetry but I think I want to give this a try!

User avatar
Previous Member of the Month
Posts: 1987
Joined: 18 Nov 2017, 11:21
2019 Reading Goal: 25
2019 Reading Goal Completion: 80
2018 Reading Goal: 50
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 52
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 101
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Little rue makes stew by Dan Jilg

Post by EvaDar » 11 Oct 2018, 11:11

You did a fine job of reviewing this book of poetry. I will keep reading, as this type of evocative poetry is inspiring to me. Thanks you.
sit in the ocean. it is one of the best medicines on the planet. – the water
-Nayyirah Waheed

User avatar
Debjani Ghosh
Posts: 670
Joined: 18 May 2018, 05:51
2018 Reading Goal: 24
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 162
Favorite Book: The Lord Of The Rings
Currently Reading: The Evacuees
Bookshelf Size: 86
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Days of the Giants by RJ Petrella

Post by Debjani Ghosh » 11 Oct 2018, 11:15

I agree with the author that we should live our lives on our own terms rather than getting blinded by the dazzling portrayals of other's lives on social media. Thanks for the review!

User avatar
Previous Member of the Month
Posts: 2061
Joined: 14 Feb 2018, 15:30
2018 Reading Goal: 100
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 101
Currently Reading: Lord of Chaos
Bookshelf Size: 298
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: The Stone Wall Crossing by Alice Schellhorn Magrane
Reading Device: B00JG8GOWU

Post by kfwilson6 » 11 Oct 2018, 11:15

I love the themes of this collection and some of the issues presented. I think a lot of readers would easily relate to the points the author is making with her poetry. I am just not a fan of poetry at all. It seems like no matter how well written, no poet has been able to change my mind on that. Wonderful review though.

Posts: 21
Joined: 20 Jul 2018, 10:22
Favorite Book: The Ragged Edge of Night
Currently Reading: Something Happened Today
Bookshelf Size: 20
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016 by William H. Coles
Reading Device: B00I15SB16

Post by Read_review2018 » 11 Oct 2018, 11:22

I look forward to real poetry expressing her deepest yearnings in relationship to how others want to define her. I think everyone deals with this situation and has to be true to themselves.

User avatar
Posts: 178
Joined: 30 May 2018, 10:47
2018 Reading Goal: 10
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 80
Favorite Book: Island Games
Currently Reading: Journey of a Bedroom Poet
Bookshelf Size: 32
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Barbra Streisand: On the Couch by Alma H. Bond, Ph.D.

Post by Asavela » 11 Oct 2018, 11:30

Iam a poetry lover, I can't wait to start reading this beautiful book.

User avatar
Godfrey wanyonyi
Posts: 6
Joined: 18 Sep 2018, 11:40
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 5

Post by Godfrey wanyonyi » 11 Oct 2018, 11:35

The poems are too educative and encouraging

User avatar
Posts: 991
Joined: 17 Sep 2018, 22:08
2019 Reading Goal: 70
2019 Reading Goal Completion: 24
2018 Reading Goal: 20
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 35
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 102
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Fourteen Articles that Will Change Your Desire for Writing Forever by Katina Buchanan
Reading Device: 1400697484

Post by T_stone » 11 Oct 2018, 11:51

A good collection of poems with great themes. A book the young adults will like to read. Good review.
Feeling upset sometimes may be unavoidable, but acting distressed is always optional.

Rob White

User avatar
Catherine Amarachi
Posts: 192
Joined: 08 Jul 2018, 16:10
Currently Reading: Grace Revealed
Bookshelf Size: 71
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: We are Voulhire: The Fires of Virko by Matthew Tysz

Post by Catherine Amarachi » 11 Oct 2018, 12:06

Awww...that was a wonderful review on a great and inspiring anthology. I haven't really read this book but this review have given me a clue and inspired me a lot. I think I would give this book a try. More so , I thank the reviewer, he did a great work.

Posts: 101
Joined: 01 Jul 2018, 12:43
Currently Reading: And Then I Met Margaret
Bookshelf Size: 18
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Roadmap to the End of Days by Daniel Friedmann
Reading Device: Kindle

Post by Ravinder+Kaur » 11 Oct 2018, 12:12

Your review is as enlightening as the sample I just read, EmunahAn. The themes touched in the poems are definitely impelling, nudging you to look within your soul, at the same time to expand your perspective in the outside world.

User avatar
Posts: 595
Joined: 19 Jun 2018, 03:22
2019 Reading Goal: 60
2019 Reading Goal Completion: 11
2018 Reading Goal: 204
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 75
Favorite Book: Praying successfully
Currently Reading: Prisoners of Geography
Bookshelf Size: 620
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: McDowell by William H. Coles

Post by ea_anthony » 11 Oct 2018, 12:14

An impressive review obviously motivated by a seemingly impressive read. This also looks like a serious novel dealing with serious themes that affect daily living. This book also hints at optism which I hope it delivers on. Congrats to the author on #BOTD
Last edited by ea_anthony on 11 Oct 2018, 12:21, edited 2 times in total.
Ignorance promotes divisiveness, knowledge encourages diversity. :techie-studyingbrown:

User avatar
Posts: 1102
Joined: 08 May 2018, 12:47
2019 Reading Goal: 21
2019 Reading Goal Completion: 95
2018 Reading Goal: 25
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 56
Currently Reading: Charles' Story
Bookshelf Size: 356
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Will of The Hill by Marshall Cobb
Reading Device: B00I15SB16

Post by sanjus » 11 Oct 2018, 12:19

It appears like this book is a collection of poems pertaining to poet Faulder's life, in which the poet is a victim of separatism. Moreover this book also warns the readers about unhealthy relations with the social media in poetic form. It seems this is a well written book with humorous images inside it, which gives a lot of fun while reading it.
Last edited by sanjus on 11 Oct 2018, 12:27, edited 1 time in total.
life is only knowing the unknown, we can do this by reading books easily- I believe this is my own quote. If someone quoted this before I am glad to know.

Posts: 1248
Joined: 10 Aug 2018, 15:10
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 175
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Serendipity Mystery: Diary of a Snoopy Cat by R.F. Kristi

Post by Kajori50 » 11 Oct 2018, 12:26

This seems to be an enriching collection of poems exploring a number of themes pertaining to our everyday lives.

Thank you for the detailed review.

Posts: 522
Joined: 14 Feb 2018, 12:14
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 0
2017 Reading Goal: 0
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 179

Post by Tars » 11 Oct 2018, 12:27

Totally not my genre, never liked poetry in any shape and form. Congratulations on the BOTD and sorry I won't read it.

Post Reply

Return to “Drama and Poetry Books”