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The Blue Gabled House: A Collection of Poetry and Prose

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The Blue Gabled House is the second collection of poetry by Lydia Redwine and explores the mind and heart of the nineteen-year-old author as she navigates the first stages of a new season of life. This collection explores growth, change, and acceptance of oneself as well as others. Solemn and sweet, these poems explore love, loss, and discovery.
Published by KDP Independent Publishing

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Jan 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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I don't read a lot of poetry. When I saw this book offered for review on Instagram, I wanted to simply bless the author by reading her book, not knowing how her words would bless me. She writes in color and dreams, hopes and scented breath of lavender, honey, sunshine. Each word points to Creation and the Creator. Young, her words will resonate most with teens and young adult readers, while invoking memories
Jan 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I saw this book on instagram with the offer to read it in exchange for a review. I honestly don’t read very much poetry, but this book looked like something I’d like, so I tried it. I’m so glad I did! The writing is dazzling and romantic. The poems are very relatable for teens, young adults, and those growing up. I also enjoyed the Christianity in the poems as I am a Christian myself. But these poems can be enjoyed by all, I highly recommend!! Hindsight, write your dreams down, ...and then: ...more
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Lydia Redwine is a young author from Cincinnati, Ohio, who, by the age of 18, has published a fantasy novel and a poetry collection in aim to create work that is both refreshing and impactful.