In life we learn lessons in one of three ways: by experiencing them, observing them, or through the wisdom gifted to us by a loving elder. In Victoria Huggins Peurifoy’s prose and poetry we are privileged to actually learn by all three methods. As a writer, Victoria (or as she is affectionately called “The Axiom”) delivers her personal story so honestly and intimately you at times believe she is talking about you or you start to think you are her! But what ultimately comes through is the fact that she, as an elder, imparts the insights she has gained. Too often in today’s literary world, memoirs or autobiographies become nothing more than sensationalized “tell all” exposés. Their only value comes from shock. Not true with “A Blade of Grace.” Victoria tells her truth without making herself a victim, villain or vixen; which ultimately makes her a heroine. I have nothing further to say but; put on a pot of coffee, sit in your... More > favorite chair, and enjoy!
Elijah Pringle, Editor and Host of Poetry Quid Pro Quo< Less
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