Ann Purser reviews “Butterflies and Bullets”

British author Ann Purser had some lovely things to say about my book of poems:

“So, some fly joyously in the sun, alighting briefly, warming the heart – and then there’s the killing bullet, taking a straight path to the heart, bent on destruction. Trish’s poems are like that.

She had me hooked from the very first with Joy Filled Canine. Dog-lovers will recognize the essence of dog (not the smell) at once. There’s the joy, living for the day. ‘brandy eyes alight` – that’s it, in three words.

And Mandolin Man, so touching in its simplicity (and dogs again).

Then The Song of Agony – the bullet straight to the heart. A short tale of desperation, and again, pared down to a distillation of pain. There’s where Trish Sugarek’s considerable talent lies. Buy it, folks!”

(You can purchase “Butterflies and Bullets” right here on my online store.

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