Her Favorite Color Was Sunshine Yellow
Amanda’s debut poetry book, made from a piece of her heart for your own. For the romantics, the lovers, the ones in long distance relationships, and the ones who feel like a mile is too far away — this book of love poems is made for you.
Amazon reviewers on Her Favorite Color Was Sunshine Yellow are saying…
“Amanda’s book is the perfect set of poems to help you reflect on the love in your life… I will bring this book with me through all of my life journeys.”
“Each poem is a hint of happiness that you can’t help but find yourself smiling along with.”
“Such a beautiful flow throughout the entire book it made me want to keep reading it forever! Actually had goosebumps on the last page.”
Poetic Potential: Sparking Change & Empowerment Through Poetry
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Amanda’s debut YA nonfiction book is Why Poetry meets Untamed, an exploration of poetry’s power to heal, empower, and advocate for change with a feminist lens. Targeted towards high school and college-aged girls, this book helps its audience reclaim their identity and voice at a time they need it most.
Poetic Potential explores Amanda’s personal journey of self-discovery and empowerment, along with research, interviews, and anecdotes of others who have discovered the strength, hope, and love of poetry. We meet teachers, public speakers, scientists, non-profit leaders, students, and others who have lived through the change poetry and other forms of writing can bring. By reading Poetic Potential, young women can find a creative method to rediscovering their confidence, self-worth, and power in order to transform their lives.
Learn more about the inspiration behind this book here!
Early Praise for Poetic Potential
“…passionate, inspiring documentation of how to find your own voice and, thereby, your own strongest self.”Moira Linehan, Author of If No Moon, & Company, and Toward
“…a necessary book for the modern world, and for the modern woman.”Ryanna Hammond, Author of My Cup of Coffee and The Door Between Us
“…Karch’s book is bound to become one that readers will turn to again and again for inspiration and strength.”Mary Pinard, Professor of English, Babson College