Review of Skin Deep by Ash X’Connor

Skin Deep

By ~ Ash X’Connor

Genre ~ Poetry

Release date ~ March 1, 2013



~ Blurb ~

Buckle in for a journey through pain, love and depression as you ride the whirlwind of this dark poetry collection.

~ Sandi’s Review ~

Skin Deep is a collection of dark emotional poetry. For one so young, Ash X’Connor commands an amazing ability to write with a passion well beyond her years. She infuses every verse with powerful feeling. You can’t help but fall under its spell. I did. So if you love the written word with raw emotion, this book is definitely a must have!

~ About Ash ~



Don’t let her age fool you. Ash is wise beyond her years. In fact, she believes she was born in the wrong decade. She is a hopeless romantic and a sucker for a good story line. Her dream is to one day own a bed and breakfast or inn in New Orleans or Metairie, Louisiana, as she adores the thriving culture of her home state and the diversity of its people.
As a writer, she feels that authors view the world and feel emotions on an entirely different level than the rest of the world. She believes, it is this alternate perspective that allows writers to turn words into beautiful worlds that can whisk you away from reality.
She loves to run when she needs to clear her head, drinks too many mocha frappes and smokes too many cigarettes. She enjoys looking for the beauty that is sometimes overlooked by most people. Music is her therapy and if you take this journey with her, you will find that her writing is ever evolving. Her first works are deliciously dark and twisted, but her new found acceptance of who she is has allowed to bring light and beauty to her passion for writing.
Ash’s words to live by: Anything is possible if you allow yourself to believe—no mountain is to high to climb.


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