visión de conjunto:Reseña del editor SIT YOURSELF DOWN AND UNWIND with a coffee or a glass of wine and immerse yourself in this floral and fruity spiritual journey. Somewhere Between Roses & Oranges- Poetry of Place Space Life and Love. It will take you by the hand running through the sun through the rain through life's wonderful magical and messy lessons that we encounter when we are bold enough to strike out of the norm. ROSES captures the poet's younger years growing up in England: a deep love for her home city of Liverpool childhood nostalgia love and heartbreak and rites of passage. ORANGES illustrates her journey moving abroad to Andalusia Spain on her own and celebrates the beauty of this culturally rich and historic land. SOMEWHERE BETWEEN is perhaps the most hard hitting reflecting on some harsh but invaluable life lessons and a resolute demand for gender equality. Have you ever felt like life is just one big maze that is just too hard to fathom? Do you love everything that life throws at you the good the bad the difficult... as it allows you a taste of the endless variety of the human experience? Moreover are you a pensive sensitive soul who likes to engage in life and observe life in equal measures? Somewhere Between Roses & Oranges is the collection of poetry which will give you that warm fuzzy feeling which reminds you of how wonderful our world is despite the hardships that come our way. It will at the very least encourage you to visit the two focal places the poetry bases itself on- Liverpool and Andalusia. This collection cuts viscerally into the simultaneous pain of loss and suffering while celebrating the learning that comes with it; a balm that soothes and cocoons us back into the safety and beauty of life and all it can offer when we seek our fulfilment. ABOUT THE POET- Laura Ferries is a secondary school English teacher who is forever in love with all things literature and linguistics. She was born and raised in Liverpool UK where she was educated and studied for a BA and an MA in English Literature. Laura moved to Córdoba when she was 27 in a quest for language acquisition culture adventure and self-growth. She also blogs about this region of Spain at www.lauraferries.com and posts poetry and artwork at the Instagram account @lauraferrieswriter .