EBabyPages.com: "Jayne Jaudon Ferrer's poetry is magnificent, often taking me from belly laughs to the verge of tears in the same poem."—Bob, reviewer
Epinions: ". . . I don't always keep the books I receive for review. A Mother of Sons is a book I will be keeping and reading again." -- Molly Martin, reviewer.
Everyday Mom: "What touched me is the way [Jayne's] got the big right in there with the small . . . the small and simple pleasures of life are...worthy of being marked in their passing, too." -- Miriam Peskowitz, author of The Truth Behind the Mommy Wars.
ACCOLADES & BLURBS
There's nothing dull or boring about the poetry of Jayne Jaudon Ferrer and it is an added joy if you are blessed to hear her present it. Jayne's poetry speaks to the heart of every woman and their journey in life. She reminds us that with a sense of humor, faith in God and a circle of friends we can travel the ups and downs in life. Her stories and comments set the stage for the poems she shares, and her charming wit really makes the poetry come alive. Be prepared to laugh and to cry, to reminisce about the past and look to the future, and to leave feeling glad that God made you the special, wonderful woman that you are.
Jayne is a delightful speaker for an afternoon tea, a dinner party, or a Christian women's retreat. You will be blessed by her joy in the Lord. -- Pastor Barbara Parnell
". . . you and the [poetry] tea party were a cultural earthquake in Hilliard...I believe its effects will resonate with many, many readers." — Joani Selement, co-founder of Amelia Island Book Festival
"On a scale of 1 to 10, you were an 11! There are no words sufficient to describe the success of our first UMW retreat...what a great, awesome team you and God are! Wow! I'm still on Cloud 9!" -- Joanne Bowden, Ramona, CA
"You and your wonderful words continue to simply amaze me!! Keep those books a coming!!" — Jean Binn, Greenville, SC
"Jayne Jaudon Ferrer weaves her poetry around themes that tug on the heart—a quality that makes her work accessible to a wide variety of readers. Her metrical abilities implant an upbeat tempo, an element that produces an uplifting of the reader’s spirit. Ms. Ferrer’s poems not only touch the mother in us, but also speak to the heart of the father." — Kay Day, author of A Poetry Break, Perfect Words, and Killing Earl