[Review] “He Bled, My End” by Julia Putzke

J asked me for a review. Kudos on your first book! =)

Julia Putzke’s first book of poetry, “He Bled, My End,” is an engaging dialogue about one woman’s journey of Faith. From the sure optimism of childhood to turbulent adolescence and beyond, readers experience love, heartbreak, and renewal. Religious readers will appreciate the heavy incorporation of Christianity as a theme, but the narrator’s passage from insecurity to self-love is a universal one. A surprisingly tender debut.

“He Bled, My End” is available for online purchase at Lulu.

Ms. Putzke’s poetry blog: Crippled at Your Table.
Ms. Putzke has also written collaborative poetry at Red Gladiola.

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Author: redgladiola

Creative writer happily predisposed to flights of fancy. You can find my poetry and short prose at https://redgladiola.wordpress.com

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