A Book Review: Weeds

A Book Review: Weeds by McGuffy Ann Morris

Weeds is a book of heartfelt poetry, borne from a life of sadness that has also been touched by a deep faith in God. Some of it rhymes; some of it reads like a diary entry. One poem even has a bit of a rap beat to it. Many of them connected with me on a deep soul level. It is like the author was peeking into my own childhood diary and heart and creating her poetry from the entries there. Her poetry is touching and will resonate with many people, bringing a tear to the eye and an “Oh, yes, someone does understand!” to the soul.

It is available through Amazon.com in the Kindle format as well as in paperback.

You can also find Annie at: McGuffy’s Reader.

Notice: The author gave me this book as a gift with no strings attached. The fact that I received this book as a gift in no way influenced this review.

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About Suzanne Gunter McClendon

I am a South Carolina native now living on the Texas Gulf Coast. I have been married to David for just over 33 years. We have 4 surviving adult children and two children-in-law. At this point in our lives, we are adjusting to an refilling nest. I enjoy reading, writing, photography, digital art, fiber arts, and much, much more.
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4 Responses to A Book Review: Weeds

  1. David E. McClendon Sr. says:

    This sounds like an outstanding book.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. McGuffy Ann says:

    Thank you for this review. I am honoured and touched that my words moved you. Hugs.

    Liked by 1 person

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