Book Review: Phobic. Raquel Isabelle De Alderete. 

​Phobic by Raquel Isabelle De Alderete is a chapbook of singing words, with passages in bold and pages decorated with pictures. It is a joyride through a poets mind, touching on subjects of love, being alone and regrets.

I think that perhaps not all of the ideas have been fully explored, though they have the potential, and Phobic feels like a personal journal, pre edit and bursting with creativity. 
Proceeds from Phobic will benefit a local all-inclusive women’s shelter. 

A copy can be purchased from Lulu.com

Author website inkskinned.com 

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Katie is a published poet, reader and reviewer.

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