From the author of Something Changed: Stumbling Through Divorce, Dating and Depression, comes the debut poetry collection, A Familiar Stranger.
This collection of contemporary poetry explores the challenges of modern living, from the social to the spiritual, from the political to the deeply personal.
Exploring love, loss, loneliness, mental health and the search for meaning in suffering, along with more prosaic, day-to-day concerns like being stuck on hold, business doublespeak and a heated encounter in a local bar, A Familiar Stranger contains something for everyone.
“A wonderful collection exploring life, love, falling and rising, the peaks of troughs of life.“
“I absolutely loved this book and devoured every word. Made me smile, made me think, made my eyes water and touched my heart.“