Confessions of a Reformed Southern Belle: A Poet’s Collection of Love, Loss, and Renewal is the first book of poems published by Tosha Michelle. In its pages, readers will find an unique voice; a voice that cries out for universal good in the form of justice, understanding, and love. Her love of books, writing, and creativity in general, come through in vivid display as well.
Join her as she explores the trio of themes from the subtitle: love, loss, and renewal. Fall under the trance of her melodic wordplay, just as I did years ago. Yes, hers is a familiar voice to me as I am fortunate to call her my friend. And I am excited for others who will be introduced to her talent by this book. A word of caution though- be careful of that narcissistic, rock star cat of hers.
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7 thoughts on “Confessions of a Reformed Southern Belle- a review”
Wonderful review, dear Jim. You do Tosha proud. Xo
Thank you, dear Terry. xo
Thank you for your kind words and wonderful review. I’m grateful and humbled.
You’re welcome, Tosha. I’m so happy you like it and thought it worthy of reblogging. Now I’m the one who is humbled.
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A lovely review of my book Confessions of a Reformed Southern Belle: A Poet’s Collection of Love, Loss, and Renewal.