Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Indulge in a lyrical, sensual feast. Karin Cox's eloquent poems will linger with you for days, reminding you of the beauty of language and the nostalgia of days gone by. Ranging in topic from whimsy to love poems to erotica, to an examination of nationality and what it means to be human, this collection features something for every lover of the written word. More
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About Karin Cox

Karin Cox edits and writes in her "spare time" while being a fulltime mum to a toddler and to a black cat with the improbable name of "Ping Pong."

She is the author of more than 40 trade-published natural history books, biographies, Australian social history books, children's picture storybooks, and travel guides, several of which have won awards. Karin has had poems and short stories published in anthologies worldwide and her ebooks CRUXIM (Book I of Dark Guardians Trilogy), CRECHE (Book II of Dark Guardians Trilogy), CREED (Book III of Dark Guardians Trilogy), GROWTH, CAGE LIFE, HEY LITTLE SISTER and PANCAKES ON SUNDAY are available on Amazon, iBooks, Kobo, Smashwords and Barnes & Noble.

Thankfully, the busier she gets, the more creative she is (and the more likely to afford to hire a housekeeper). You can follow her on twitter @Authorandeditor or visit her fanpage on Facebook

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Reviews of Growth by Karin Cox

G.D. Master reviewed on June 1, 2016

Growth by Karin Cox is a collection of contemporary rhyming poetry that is well written and holds the reader’s interest. While the poems are feminist in nature and explore female sexuality, they have romantic and erotic qualities that arouse all people. Well-crafted and descriptive, the poems take readers unfamiliar with Cox’s residential environment on a titillating vacation through radiant cityscapes and scintillating affairs. The poetic language of the poems expresses a wide variety of experience and emotions while remaining positive to the human experience, an enjoyable and entertaining read.
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J.M. Hardin reviewed on Sep. 17, 2013

This book of poetry was one of the first ebooks I got from SW and I can't believe it took me so long to read it. It's my top recommendation on the weekly ebook recommendations for this week, especially for the poem "Cancer."
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