The Promise

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
In this first ever published collection by the Author and categorized under the theme of three seasons and
the sea, beginning with autumn followed by winter through to spring.
Representing loves transition from its untimely demise, subsequent
longing and broken heart, to the promise of love. More
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About Jess Elizabeth O'Connell

❤ I grew up in the countryside, a place with rolling hill, forests, woodlands, acres and acres of fields and hedgerows. I would hear the occasional dog barking or a church bell peeling in the distance.

I found such inspiration there. It fuelled my imagination! I began writing stories when I was as young as 7. My first dabble in this field was a poem, and then went on to create short stories in a school foolscap book.

The writing bug has always been with me and I love nothing more than creating something from my dreams, imagination and life experiences. I have five books published so far. It is such a joy to share my works.

New Interview coming soon!

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Review by: Gerty So on March 25, 2013 :
I loved this read..... A Highly Recommended Read.......
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Review by: Georgina Woodbury on Feb. 10, 2013 :
Loved this book.I have a degree in ancient languages so I have a genuine perspective in which to review the language in this book. In defence of the author, I did notice that she mentioned she was only touching on old english and is a mixture of crossover dialects from old to modern. She did not boost that it is totally old english. The author clearly does have a grasp on old english which I have also read in her other book.

Aside of that, I totally enjoyed this book. Lots of lovely poems to fuel your imagination. You will clearly have some favourites as I do.
Going to read her novel next. This author is one to watch.
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Review by: Faye Hollidaye on Feb. 2, 2013 :
There were a couple good poems in here, but as a reader of many things, I found this collection of poetry a little disappointing. And the description boasts "olde English," which as a graduated student of language, I found to be lacking. The author clearly doesn't know what Old English is, for there is a dab of Early Modern English, but definitely not a single bit of the Old (which without proper study, today's English speakers would not have a chance of understanding/reading).
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Review by: Astennu on March 10, 2012 :
Being not a big fan of poetry i don't usually read such stuff, but this book is really not what i would expect of a poetry book, there's so many emotions inside this book and so many dark memories that you can at some point relate with the loss of a loved one, real poetry i would call this book.
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Review by: Robert Evans, Sr on March 6, 2012 :
Would recommend this to other readers of poetry and literature. Being in my late 60s Ive read many poems through out my entire life, the poems in this book are beautiful.
Please write and publish more. Robert Evans.
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