Some thoughts on the book, from their review:
Juliette Sebock’s Mistakes Were Made perceives life through the lens of reality, irony, imperfection, and emotion, reminding us of the mixed, convoluted feelings aroused when it comes to certain aspects in life, primarily love, relationships, and people, especially those we actually choose to make a part of our life
When it comes to love and companionship, she presents a sullen, sombrous side of ardor with featured poems such as “Ghost,” “DTR,” and “Squirrel Song,” all too familiar with the uncomfortable feeling of insomnia, long sleepless nights, and sporadic, irrepressible crying spells caused by love’s shattered, tainted remnants.
It is a book we feel can be considered universal for all readers and is a terrific choice for realists who enjoy reading about some of life’s twists, bends and turns.
We’re pleased to present this book with a 5-star rating and hope you get your copy today!