Reviews

I love how ambitious you are and how you work your stories to really fit the characters. Well done, you work it well.

Randy Ratliff, author of The Null Hypothesis

Intense and heartbreaking. I like it. Well put together, I really felt it.

Dinesh Jatt, poet from Mirakee, on Girl of Puzzles

She has enormous potential as an author and influencer on her generation and far beyond.

Nicole Cox, a freelance writer for the Ironton Tribune

This book was painfully accurate to how mental illness feels for those afflicted and I related to much of the content.

Christian Xavier, proud customer, on The Butterfly Project

This book is a short collection of mental health themed poems. As I read through this collection of poems, I had an emotional response. I felt sadness for what they were experiencing, I also felt hopeful and encouraged. The poems made me reflect on my life experience and relive memories I did not think were so close to the surface. Poems are a great outlet for emotions. Great poems will elicit an emotional response in the reader or challenge their perceptions of themselves or the world around them. These are great poems worth reading several times. It definitely has a place in my poem collection.

Suzanne Hare, proud customer, on The Butterfly Project

Perfection. A masterpiece of literature, the author knows how to make the reader fully relate to the character in a deep and meaningful way. A definite recommendation to fellow book lovers!

Aaron E., proud customer, on Girl of Puzzles

Amazing poetry. Simply amazing. Beautiful read, would definitely recommend this poetry book to anybody struggling with depression, suicide thoughts or anxiety.

Markita Caldwell, proud customer, on The Butterfly Project

Firstly, I’d like to say that I feel that people have been quite unfair with harsh ratings. You’re a young poet who clearly has either a lot of life experience or possess excellent imagination.

I was purposefully looking for free poetry books and happened to find yours. A lot of the book is quite dark and hard hitting, but I really appreciate your narrative poems. They’re my favourite poetry form.

Sophie Bowns, proud customer, on The Butterfly Project

This book was both pleasurable and painful to read at the same time. It's sad to think that a young person like Allie has suffered so much, yet pleasing to see she was able to express her pain in a creative way - which was hopefully cathartic for her, and I'm sure the poems will be relatable to others who have struggled with negative thoughts. The author is obviously a sensitive and talented person, and I highly recommend this book to those who have grappled with mental-health difficulties

Jes, author of From A Dark Place

I liked this book. Never heard of the writer, but it was nice to read that she comes from a family of writers. It's nice that she's written other poerty and I look forward to reading more of her work. I liked this book as it's suitable for those who are going through a rought time with their mental health and there were a lot of interesting poems that can help with your mental health. Definitely reccommend it.

Miles Taylor-Charlemagne, proud customer, on The Butterfly Project

I think the theme is extremely important and relevant. It is interesting and emotional to hear the author's struggle with mental health and teenage hood.

Elizabeth Glover-Jones, proud customer, on The Butterfly Project

I love my poetry and I'm so glad I found this... It definitely hit home as I suffer with mental health issues... Good start for a young writer.

Beth, proud customer, on The Butterfly Project