My review of Melissa Comb’s The Haunting is next up but here is the books I loved in October and ones I didn’t, some bookmail, and my November TBR.
We love, we lose, but does what we love ever let us go?
This is the beckoning question that readers must ask themselves as they experience the chapbook “The Haunting.”
Combs writes of a dead lover who’s ghost-like presence reminds you that love is force far beyond death and the grave.
Heartbreak comes in phases: it hurts, it heals, and it haunts.
The Haunting by Melissa M. Combs seeks to spook the loss of love right out of you and remind you that first comes the unfinished business of heartbreak and then comes the healing. This chapbook will quite literally eat you alive and help you survive the pain, the sting, the lost feeling of being left for dead by an ex-lover. Combs’s words will leave you in chills and help you heal.
Her full length poetry collection is due out November 17. You can check out a sneak peek of Love in Other Realms on her Instagram and buy poetry based merch inspired by the poetry featured in her collection at her website.
I look forward to being haunted by the words of this poet long after I finish reading any of her books.