Robbie’s Inspiration – After the Fires of Day WordCrafter Book Tour

Day 3 of the WordCrafter “After the Fires of Day” Book Blog Tour finds us over at “Robbie’s Inspiration” with a wonderful review by Robbie Cheadle. Join us to gain insight into this wonderful haikuy collection by Cendrine Marrouat.

Robbie's inspiration

Today, I am delighted to welcome poet and artist, Cendrine Marrouat, to Robbie’s Inspiration with her new book, After the Fires of Day. Thank you to Kaye Lynne Booth from WordCrafter book blog tours for organising this tour.

You can read Day 1 of the tour here:

You can read Day 2 of the tour here:

Book blurb

After the Fires of Day: Haiku Inspired by Kahlil Gibran and Alphonse de Lamartine by [Cendrine Marrouat]

Originating from Japan, the Haiku has been a source of inspiration and comfort for people of all ages and from all walks of life for many years. This versatile poetry form is cherished around the world. Inspired by the timeless words of authors Kahlil Gibran and Alphonse de Lamartine, After the Fires of Day is an hymn to life, the emotion of the moment, and our connection to nature. Every haiku in Cendrine Marrouat’s collection is sure to stay with you for a very long time…

My review

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