Book Review: Songs of Heartstrings by Miriam Hurdle
It’s delighted to see the marvelous review of my poetry book from James J Cudney IV. He walked along side with me to recount my journey experience, my reflection on what it meant to endure and trust the process.
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Before I get into my review of the book, Songs of Heartstrings, I’d like to share some information about the author, Miriam Hurdle. Authors, whether writers or poets, often pull from experience, i.e. the old adage: write what you know. In this case, there is clear evidence of the pain this poet went through in the past. Between losing loved ones, dealing with the end of a relationship, and cancer, Miriam Hurdle has gone to battle quite often and conquered many major obstacles in life. It is because of these experiences that we see and feel such beauty in her poems.
Miriam Hurdle is a multi-genre writer. She writes poetry, flash fiction, and short stories. Her poems are included in Letters to Gaia, Whispers and Echoes Issue 2, Whispers and Echoes Issue 3, and Outcast and More Words.
She is passionate about poetry and her favorite poets are Robert…
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