Uncaged Wallflower is for those who feel trapped in the thoughts their minds produce, unable to express them with the rest of the world out of fear of critique or disagreement. For the people who need an extra dose of positivity in their day. This is not a poetry book for you to read and relate to in a sorrow filled way. It is for you to read and say yes, I can be better, and I will.
Details Uncaged Wallflower
|Release Date||Oct 6th, 2016|
|Publisher||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
Reviews Uncaged Wallflower
- If you love poetry, do yourself a favor and pick this up. It was absolutely incredible, beautifully written and meaningful. I am blown away by this beautiful work. The author is incredibly kind as well and took the time to message me regarding my opinion of her book. I look forward to reading more from her in the near future!
- A HUGE shoutout and thank you to Jennae Cecelia for choosing me as the winner of her Instagram giveaway last month of her new poetry book, "Uncaged Wallflower." I received it in the mail a few days ago and I read the entire book last night! I really like the message that Jennae is putting out there about being yourself and not being afraid to chase your dreams! I love your work, girl! Keep writing and chasing your beautiful dreams!xo, Rach
- This one was pretty cute and feminist. However, many of the poems towards the end felt like lectures, telling me to do this, to do that, and while the underlying themes and messages were helpful and definitely something to keep in mind, it wasn't what I expected in terms of a quasi-autobiographical poetry book. Overall, I love the cover and this poetry collection holds some significantly emotional and pertinent messages for readers in the 21st ce...
- " No dream is a fantasy until you let yourself settle with the thought that it is. "
- You can find my full review here with some of the poems I liked =)I firstly want to thank the author Jennae Cecelia for sending me this book to review. Now let’s get to this short mini review =)A collection of poems for people who need some positivity in their life. This was definitely a heart warming read with only 63 pages and I would recommend it to people who need motivation and some light.Uncaged Wallflower discusses themes of being yourse...
- I liked this collection, but I didn't love it.In this book, I found a pet peeve that I didn't realise I had until reading these poems: full stops that seem (to me) as if they're overused. They make me feel like I need to pause, like I have to pause in my reading, which mostly ruined the flow. But I've also read a lot of poetry collections that have gaslighting or other abuse narratives strongly woven through them, and this was not one of those. T...
- me: *skims through Goodreads poetry recommendations*me: *sees high reviews for many collections and finds them cheap for my kindle*me: *finds disappointment when the reviews don't align with my feelings* *sigh* I really am trying to read more authors and branch out as far as poetry is concerned. In this genre, I know damn well what I like. With Uncaged Wallflower, I had the same issues as I've had with almost all of the contemporary poetry collec...
- The author was trying and I appreciate many of the messages the poems were delivering. But don't go into this thinking it's good poetry. It's bad.I'm not wanting to be negative, but sometimes you have to say the truth. Lots of people say they want to spread positivity in the book community and not say anything bad and move on if they don't like a book.Me? That's a disservice to the author and the readers. We MUST have critics. We must share our t...
- I loved Uncaged Wallflower so so much!! It's so sweet and meaningful, and just all around lovely. Some of the poems were a more in the simpler side, but the message still came through! If you love poetry, do yourself a favor and check out this book. A huge thank you to Jennae for sending me a copy!!
- "No dream is a fantasy until you let yourself settle with the thought that it is."