5 Star Review of Tapestry

Tapestry by Solitaire Parke
I was pleasantly surprised to find that my Poetry book, “Tapestry”, had received a 5 star review today! The review was written by indie author, Kay Glass, and left me feeling utterly speechless! Poetry has always been a passion of mine, and with every word written, a piece of me, the author is forever imprinted. As subjective as poetry is, extreme criticism is a risk that every poet takes when they have decided to share their work with others. Kay’s incredibly touching review of “Tapestry”, was everything I had hoped a reader would feel when reading my poetry! I am blown away by her review and cannot possibly thank her enough!!

Here is the link to her review of “Tapestry”http://kayglassauthor.wordpress.com/2012/07/08/book-reviews-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ehhhh

Kay Glass has written the Paranormal/Romance Series, “Just One Bite” – with a total of three books, so far…“Love Bite”, “Bitten By Regret” and her newest, “Taste of Grief”, due to be released 7/16/12. She is currently holding a giveaway for a signed copy of “Love Bite”, so be sure to enter for your chance to win the first book in the series! I highly recommend that you check out the series and follow her blog for updates on what she’s working on next!

Many, many thanks Kay!🙂

About solitaireparke

Solitaire Parke is the author of the urban fantasy “Dragomeir Books” and the “Larger World” Series, as well as a stand alone thriller, “Vengeance of the Wolf” and a poetry book, “Tapestry.” He was born in Bakersfield, California in 1952. He is an avid reader of science fiction, and at the age of twelve was given a copy of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ book, “A Princess of Mars.” His writing style became Solitaire’s inspiration and evoked a passion for the written word. He has a degree in Music Theory, a Masters in Photography, and has spent many years in Graphic and Web Design. He resides in Arizona with his family, an Australian shepherd named Mika, and is the proud owner of Tairobi . . . his Manx cat, who has been a huge help in the writing process!

Posted on July 8, 2012, in Reviews and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Thanks so much for the soundbite, Solitaire! It was an honor to read your poetry. Your heart and soul were in it, and as hard as that can be to publish, it makes for amazing reading. If there’s no depth, I don’t bother finishing, and poetry is extremely hard to review. This was a pleasure, not a hardship.


  2. If nothing else happens in my writing career, this qualifies as a life’s highlight!! I can’t thank you enough, Kay!!🙂


  3. I truly believe many more things will come to you that will make this pale in comparison. You’re destined for greatness.


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