An Alterable Void by Yves K. Morrow– My review

Hi All:)

You may know Yves from her blog Mindlovemisery if you do not yet, believe me she is someone you will want to know.  I was happy to share an announcement awhile back about the publication of An Alterable Void.   I recently put the following brief review on Amazon and Goodreads.  I thought I would share it here as well.

“Once you have been introduced to this poet you will find that while you may see hints of the great poets gone before she has a voice all her own; delectable, dark and evocative.

Her first book, An Alterable Void is a deeply moving exploration of the roots of human behavior. This collection of Poetry is divided into three sections: Love, Mind and Misery to reflect the themes of her blog. Rest assured she depicts love, sensuality, self-doubt and discovery as masterfully as she paints a chilling Portrait of Evil.

Yves’s style is relentlessly intense and honest. Her writing has teeth that cut into you and hang on. You will be altered.”

~Melanie Blackwell

All the details are below if you haven’t yet picked it up.

AVAILABLE NOW:

➤ The print copy is available on  LULU or AMAZON

➤ The ebook version is available on LULU

 

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7 responses to “An Alterable Void by Yves K. Morrow– My review

  1. Awww thank you Melanie (hugs)

  2. Mm…. some excellent poetry in that book, I shall bookmark to go back and have another look, thank you for that! 🙂

  3. Just wanted to say that I LOVE your name–for awhile, “Morrow” was going to be my pen name on the novel I seem to never finish…. Best regards to you always, professionally and personally~~ Dell

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