CTU’s 5-Star Reader Favorites

adams-starWe love getting rave reviews for our authors’ books. Outstanding reviews of a product will often determine if customers are willing to buy them, which is why it is important to do the same whenever you make a purchase. Today we are highlighting 3 authors who received 5-star reviews on Reader’s Favorites. Take a moment to check them out, and don’t forget to write your reviews whenever you purchase a book from one of our authors.


L.J. Diaz – Catching Snowflakes

https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/catching-snowflakes

catching-snowflakesThis is just a gorgeous collection of poetry. From the opening pages of Catching Snowflakes, poet LJ Diaz sets the stage for lost love and emotion. Each poem is its own little story, and while some poems are shorter and only a few lines, they say so much to the reader. Other poems are just a bit longer and read like short stories, such as “Saved for Last” and “House of Jupiter.” Here and there, the author has placed illustrations and drawings to match a poem or feeling, which makes the book quite unique. The overall mood of sorrow is done well, and the moon, sun, and astral themes are evident throughout. With bold and beautiful lines like “Paint me the color of night/Of snow twinkling in sunlight,” the author’s talent shines through and bursts from the page.

-Carla Trueheart for Readers’ Favorite

Tracy Seiden – Moon Kissed Musings

https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/moon-kissed-musings

tracy-seiden-cover1Seiden’s poetry evokes strong images that resonate within you, whether it is the bittersweet memory of a past lover or simply a feeling of completeness. Her words often reflect the connection between people and nature, thus conveying the idea that perhaps all of us are a part of something larger than ourselves. Just what exactly that may be is up for debate, although I have a strong feeling that it might be love.

-Melissa Tanaka for Readers’ Favorite

Raja Williams – Imprints in the Sand

https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/imprints-in-the-sand

raja-williamsRaja Williams has a gift for describing the pain and confusion people experience when not attuned to themselves and not possessing self-knowledge or real understanding. I particularly loved “Some Day” – a poem about enlightenment, awakening, and finding yourself: an astonishing moment when “We will greet each other And our hearts will know Our journey has just begun…” I love the wisdom in her words too. For example, the way life will turn us upside down from time to time in order to remind us how to live the right way up.

-Hilary Hawkes for Readers’ Favorite


2Written by: Donna J. Sanders

Donna is a freelance writer and blogger in West Palm Beach, FL. She is the author of Ataraxia, Cardboard Signs, Devour Me and Charcoal Kisses

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