Title: My Heart and Soul
Author: Marilyn Randall
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication Date: March 5, 2010
Paperback: 144 pages
About the Book:
Marilyn Randall writes about social issues facing society in today’s world. She uses powerful emotion to share her thoughts and ideas about alcoholism recovery, sexual abuse issues, interracial relationships and relationships experienced at a senior time of her life. She writes about loss, and times in her life when her family played a huge role in forming the person she later became as an adult. She shares prayers she writes and uses to help her overcome some of the more difficult happenings of her life. This compilation of works is a tribute to overcoming obstacles and learning to never give up while maintaining a steadfast faith and belief in God.
Immensely profound, over-flowing with experiences, feelings, and vivid imagery, My Heart and Soul by Marilyn Randall reads like a soothing poetic balm. A collection of poetry expressing the many facets of Randall's life, some beautiful and others quite painful, her poetry is expressive, easily understood, and diverse enough for readers to relate. Whether spending an afternoon reading, savouring, and pondering the meaning of Randall's poems or choosing to read a poem a day, the reader will come to learn about the women Randall has become through her vivid poems of love, loss, injuries, hope, truth, and faith. My Heart and Soul is a beautiful collection of poetry and offers up hope and one I would recommend, especially to those who have gone through or are currently struggling, as Randall's poetry has a lot to offer readers.
To learn more about Marilyn Randall or her books, please visit her website.
Marilyn Randall’s MY HEART AND SOUL VIRTUAL BLOG TOUR ‘10 officially began on April 5 and ends on May 28 2010. You can visit Mary’s blog stops at www.virtualbooktours.wordpress.com during the month of April and May to find out more about this great book and talented author!
I received a complimentary copy of My Heart and Soul by Marilyn Randall from Pump Up Your Book Promotion as part of the tour. Receiving a copy in no way reflected my review of aforementioned novel.