Canadian Book Review Challenge

Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast
By Wendy Morton

I find that words of poems can hit the hearts of many audiences. And this is what Wendy Morton discovered as well.

This is a memoir type of book that is as unique as it is wonderful. The journey in this book takes the author from private eye to poet. It will encourage readers to believe the impossible. It may also encourage dreamers to make some changes because of these dreams to make sure that they come through.

This book is about how poetry made the author’s dreams come true, and how she came to believe impossible things. Poetry can remove barriers between us. Beneath the veneer of impossibility some things are vital and true. Ordinary people appreciate poetry. People don’t expect to have an experience with poetry at airports, malls, buses, or airports. But this is precisely what the author did to bring her poetry to the masses. And they all enjoyed and were transported by it.

I encourage readers to pick up this book and settle back with a nice cup of java to an afternoon, evening or morning of bliss. Pass the book along to your friends too. They will also be mesmerized by it.

This book is written by a Canadian author who lives in British Columbia. Thank you for such a great book. What a gem!

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

Rating: 4 stars

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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