The Barbarian Book Club: Book of the Month (February 2021): What If Snowflakes Don’t Fall In Winter – Michelle A. Navajas

Greetings Barbarians! Long days and pleasant nights!

I am not a romantic person; you should know based on the topics I write. I am not much into grand gestures and expensive gifts, but I pride myself on my sincerity. I do believe in love, not just the type of love most people think. To love is the greatest thing in a man’s life but the soil in a man’s heart is stonier. He grows what he can and tends to it. 

I am not much into the sentimental; someone taught me that love is not enough – never is and never will be. It may come as a surprise for you that I will talk about a collection of poetry about the nature of love. If a skeptic like me talks about a book on love, it ought to tell you something. If it can make me feel the wonder, and anguish of love, then expect it to be exceptional.

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What If Snowflakes Don’t Fall In Winter by Michelle A. Navajas is a collection of poems about the nature of love. It was recently released here in the Philippines just in time for Valentine’s day.

Michelle, Ate Mich, or Tita Mich, depending on who you ask, is a Filipina residing in Malaysia. She blogs here, where you can find the rest of her work. Please check it out, and I promise you would not be disappointed.

Right of the bat, the book will tug into your heartstring. The introduction alone is an opening salvo that is sure to light up the dark recess of your heart. It is sentimental but not devoid of technicality. Each carefully crafted line is a delight. It will make you feel each word and the emotions that drive it. It is passionate, yet it does not deprive the reader of realism, the kind of love that you can find in real life. It is joy, sorrow, longing, and wonder – it is fantastic, it is genuine. 

Love is as real as it gets, and like everything sincere, it is ever growing. It is inevitable as the sky with the sun and everything with it yet ever changing like the seasons. 

But what if snowflakes do not fall in winter?

Please check out What if Snowflakes Don’t Fall In Winter and the other works of Mich at kobo.com.

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