Peculiar Rhymes and Intimate Observations: A Book of Light Verse

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This book of often-hilarious, semi-warped poetry will appeal to ne’er do wells, Jezebels, scallywags and those allergic to frou frou. Writer and blogger Moonbeam McQueen rhymes her way through the subjects of romance, aging, music, technology, the Great Outdoors and more.

Buy one for yourself and one for a friend-- they’ll love you for it, and so will Ms. McQueen.

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Words: 5,860
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476314594
About Moonbeam McQueen

Moonbeam McQueen is a storyteller, freelance writer and blog proprietress. Her work has been published throughout about 1/1000000 of the globe. She recently added public speaking to her resume, and is proud to have been chosen as the winner of a Dorothy Parker Best Quip Contest, for which she won a very heavy and attractive book. She is also the founder of the MB McQueen Home for Wayward Bloggers and Retired Carnival Personnel, a charitable organization which exists solely in her mind. She resides in the Ozark Mountains with her husband, Amadeus, and a small circus dog named Theo.

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Reviews

Review by: K. Kendall on Oct. 27, 2012 :
I’ve been following Moonbeam’s funny, heart-breaking, brilliantly-written blog since 2006, as it has documented the end of a relationship, the acquisition of a dog, the birth of a grandchild, several thankless and demanding jobs, illness, hope, and a new roommate she calls Amadeus. He’s a bass player who performs in barrooms and has a kind heart, and back when she moved into a shared apartment with him, I predicted he might end up being the love of her life--and bingo! I was right. They got married a few months ago. Now she's done this book of light verse.

She has an irrepressible spirit, and she likes to go fishing. She’s a working class woman with southern roots who has had a hard-scrabble life with nary a pot to piss in. She writes about music, about women surviving menopause, about kids and dogs, dead poets and dead-end jobs. She even writes light verse about her father’s suicide, but she does it so well that I’m sure he’d have loved it himself.

Her book costs less than a cup of coffee, so do yourself a favor and buy it. It’ll stay with you much longer than even the best cup of coffee.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: James Henshaw on Oct. 02, 2012 :
Moonbeam McQueen is my niece. She is a multi-talented, totally artistic person. I love her and I love her writing, even though I am not a huge poetry fan, I really did enjoy her little book. She writes from the heart.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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