A Dime is a Sign has a 2nd 5-Star Review from Readers Favorite

Two 5-Star Reviews

So thrilled to share that A Dime is a Sign has received

5-Star Review!!!

two 5-Star Reviews

from Readers’ Favorite...

Thank you to Justine Reyes for this second one:

Review by Justine Reyes

Review Rating: 5 Stars – Congratulations on your 5-star review  

Reviewed By Justine Reyes for Readers’ Favorite

“A psychic medium once said that if you find a random dime, it is a sign that someone you have loved and lost is thinking of you.” A Dime is a Sign: Poems of Love and Loss (Feelings Into Words) is a collection of poetry by Sherrill S. Cannon. It is broken up into three parts, and each part’s title uses the dime as a metaphor, and each part contains certain subject material such as love, loss, friendship, emotions and so forth.

Poetry is a tricky form of literature to fully grasp or find appealing because it has several different layers to it. Poetry is part literature, part art, and impressions are always absolutely subjective. With that said, I found myself taken aback by how much emotion Cannon’s poetry drew from me. A Dime is a Sign woke up my inner hopeless romantic. Sometimes poetry can take the heart somewhere a whole book can’t; there is something more personal between the writer and the reader when poetry is in the mix compared to a full-length novel.

Sherrill S. Cannon plays as the conduit between the reader and the lyrically crafted words. I find that when something is relatable it means a whole lot more to the reader and I believe that is why I enjoyed my time reading A Dime is a Sign: Poems of Love and Loss (Feelings Into Words). The poems we love say a lot about us as people; some of my favorite poems from Cannon’s book were “Forever,” “Parting,” and “Revelation.” I would recommend this to people who have a hard time expressing their feelings in words.”

Thank you also to Kalpart for putting the 5-Star Sticker on the cover…

(Kalpart is the illustrator of all my books…)

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