Author Spotlight: Debut Author, Kyrian Lyndon and ‘A Dark Rose Blooms’ review #poetry

Please welcome Kyrian Lyndon–writer, author, and poet, in celebration of her new poetry book, A Dark Rose Blooms. I’ve had the honor of reading the ARC, and am also posting a review of the soon-to-be-released book of poems, as well as sharing some things readers may not know about this debut author. It’s your time to shine, Kyrian, so congrats on your new book release!

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Review of A Dark Rose Blooms

Five Stars  * * * * *

A Short and Potent Book of Heartfelt Poems

I thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful collection of poems featured in A Dark Rose Blooms. I have always greatly admired those who pour their hearts out in poetry, because in gives an insiders view of important moments and emotions within a person’s life. This book captures the lighthearted and fun moments as well as a few deep, solitary, and sometimes quite dark moments. I’m appreciative to have read it, and the excerpt for the author’s upcoming novel from the Deadly Veils series, has me excited and intrigued to read the first book. I’m looking forward to many more works from Kyrian Lyndon, and can’t wait to know what is in store, next!

Reviewed by Laurie Kozlowski  — ARC received in exchange for an honest review, from the author — Review will also be posted to Goodreads, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble, as soon as the title is publicized.

***About The Author***

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Kyrian Lyndon began writing short stories and fairy tales when she was just eight years
old. In her adolescence, she moved on to poetry. At sixteen, while working as an editor
for her high school newspaper, Kyrian wrote her first novel, and then completed two
more novels at the ages of nineteen and twenty-five.
Kyrian is forthcoming about being a person with many years of recovery, as well as a
trauma survivor. Throughout her journeys, she expressed her thoughts through poetry,
embracing every challenge to triumph over adversity. In her conviction that learning,
growing, healing, and evolving is a never-ending process, she remains as grateful for the
dark days as she is for every flicker of hope and light. She considers herself a
cheerleader for those trudging on against all odds in the hopes of living their dreams.
Born and raised in Woodside, Queens, New York, Kyrian was the middle child of three
sisters born to immigrants—her father from Campochiaro, Italy; her mother from
Havana, Cuba. She has worked primarily in executive-level administrative positions with
major New York publishing companies.
She loves nineteenth-century British literature, parallel universe fiction and dark
romanticism. She also enjoys music, art, history, fitness and cooking.
Kyrian is currently working on a literary fiction series, Deadly Veils, of about nine books, perhaps more. She resides on Long Island in New York.

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3 thoughts on “Author Spotlight: Debut Author, Kyrian Lyndon and ‘A Dark Rose Blooms’ review #poetry

  1. Reblogged this on LaurieWriting and commented:
    Check out my review of A Dark Rose Blooms on Book Escape Reviews. Kyrian Lyndon, the author, wrote this short poetry book and included an excerpt from her upcoming novel series, Deadly Veils. I’m hooked on her writing, and hope you’ll stop by to find out more about Kyrian and her work. A Dark Rose Blooms will be published soon. You don’t want to miss it!
    Thanks for reading ~
    Laurie
    https://bookescapereviews.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/author-spotlight-debut-author-kyrian-lyndon-and-a-dark-rose-blooms-review-poetry/

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