Under the Tree Paperback – 18 Nov 2014
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About the Author
Penny Gotch is an autistic Essex girl with a Creative & Professional Writing degree. She dabbles in everything. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, script: you name it, she does it. In her spare time, she likes music, baking, and going to British professional wrestling shows. For more information, please check out her website: www.pennygotch.co.uk
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23 May 2015
I've recently stumbled upon Miss Gotch on tumblr and was intrigued to buy her book after reading her blogs and seeing her poem vignettes on YouTube. I sat down under my pagoda reading Under The Tree with Fall Out Boy's From Under The Cork Tree playing in the background for what was supposed to be 22 poems of bliss. What occurred was a decent affair of "poetry" that was hit and (mainly) miss. Now, while its unfair to compare a first effort to the likes of Keats and Shelley or even the excellent Lord Byron, I believe she was too quick to get herself published and clearly has ideas above her station. Hopefully she matures with her next effort, and maybe even throws in some stories too, as she has potential. I will offer some praise and disagree with the review by That Poem Guy. Turkey Soup was the shining light of this book and is currently my flavour of the month. I'm hoping it's made into a short movie. Overall, it's not a must have. But worth a buy at £2.99. I certainly wouldn't pay a penny more