I Left the Room Burning by Beth O’Brien @Wildpressed @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours

COVER REVEAL

I am delighted to be part of the cover reveal today for I Left the Room Burning by Beth O’Brien from Wildpress Books with thanks to Love Books Tours.

What a cover! What a title! Do read the book blurb below. This is a narrative poetry collection from Beth O’Brien to be published in February 2021 it sounds absolutely fascinating and intriguing.

Book blurb

A woman who never wanted children finds herself reluctantly bringing up her sister’s daughter. The aunt is in an abusive relationship. The niece is a strange child who wishes to disappear. The narrative threaded through these eighty short poems confuses and obfuscates, whilst at the same time completely drawing the reader in to the extent that by the end, one is left with the feeling of having watched a deeply immersive film or read an engrossing novella.

Beth O’Brien weaves magic with her lyrical and evocative language, and with the tangibility of her characters’ unreliable voices, she reveals herself as a master storyteller.

Author

Beth O’Brien is an English Literature student at the University of Birmingham. She is the Editor of Mad Hatter Reviews, a site that reviews books, e-books, theatre, music, and even the odd podcast. Having been born visually impaired, Beth grew up on audiobooks and audio-described theatre, and these loves are still going strong.

She is also a reviewer for Riggwelter Press, and has quite happily picked up a range of jobs that require her to write, whether that be travel articles, student blogs, or website content. She has had her poetry (and the odd short story) published in Foxglove Journal, Nine Muses Poetry, Dear Reader Poetry, BellaOnline Literary Review, Eunoia, Pulp Poets Press, Wildpress Books, Peculiars Press, Picaroon Press, and Bonnie’s Crew.

When not reading, writing, or listening to an audiobook at double speed, she will most likely be found snacking, drinking tea, and/or planning a trip to somewhere or other.

Twitter: @bethoblogs | Website: Beth O’Brien Writer

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