REVIEWS

Special thanks to 13 year old ALLYSON who posted a heart warming review of Pocket Poems on Instagram.

If you ever feel down and need an amazing book to cheer you up, read “Pocket Poems” by Laurie Haines. You can express your feelings through this book and marvel at the incredible artwork shown throughout the book. The cool thing about this book is that it’s a collection of relationship stories told in poems the author wrote as young as 14 years old. She touched my heart and trust me will touch yours. Laurie Haines is a beautiful person, inside and out. Be sure to buy this book and don’t forgot to also purchase some of her talented iPhone cases in her Etsy store. Her shop is: lauriehaines. Thanks yall! FTC: Laurie sent me this book but I am not being paid for this review. 100% my honest opinion. GIVEAWAY RULES: Laurie was sweet enough to also send me another copy of her book. To be entered to win this book all you have to do is: 1. Visit http://www.etsy.com/shop/lauriehaines?ref=search_shop_redirect 2. Like this photo 3. Follow my Instagram Contest ends on 1/21/13. There will only be one winner chosen randomly. I will notify the winner once they won. Good luck to all! (:

Much love & thanks to CRAFT GOSSIP for the New Year review below:
This week’s seller is Laurie Haines. Laurie is not just a crafter, but a poet as well. She sells her book of poems, Pocket Poems – Unregretted Lessons from a Broken Heart in her shop, along with her artwork, like these adorable vintage car inspired coasters. Laurie is passionate about sharing her love of art and writing, as is evident by her shop page. You can see more on Etsy!

MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
Poetry is writing that tries to capture the full spirit of the moment. “Pocket Poems: Unregretted Lessons from a Broken Heart” is a collection of poetry from Laurie Haines as she draws on her intimate history and life to create a read that comes out as personal, yet stories that resonate with us all. “Pocket Poems” is an enticing and much recommended pick for contemporary poetry collections, with an original style that will be hard to match elsewhere.

– CARL LOGAN
Midwest Book Review
www.midwestbookreview.com/rbw/oct_12.htm#logan

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