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"Ascending Into Euphoria" is a collection of poems that were written when the author was between the ages of 14-25. In these pages are poems of nature, poems of love, poems about life experiences, and miscellaneous poetry. It is in hopes that in reading this book of poems it will evoke laughter, tears, and sighs of memories that you hold dear to your own heart.


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"Ascending Into Euphoria" is a collection of poems that were written when the author was between the ages of 14-25. In these pages are poems of nature, poems of love, poems about life experiences, and miscellaneous poetry. It is in hopes that in reading this book of poems it will evoke laughter, tears, and sighs of memories that you hold dear to your own heart.

30 review for Ascending Into Euphoria: A Collection of Poetry

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Tinney

    Of course I wrote it, so I've already read it lol. Looking forward to what others think.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Autum Reimer

    I absolutely loved this collection of poems! Im not normally a poetry person so it was a pleasant change for me. Thanks to Tiffany I will be looking more into poetry in the future.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leonidas Alexander

    I have just finished reading this book. And, I had to post this review quickly before I lose the aura of the very first thoughts that occurred to me when I read this. First things first, the cover of the book is excellent. The color, the gloss, the image is very attractive and soothing to the eye. Next comes the title of the book, it is a very beautiful title. It evoked in me my memories of childhood, when little things made me happy and ecstatic. To the poems in the book now. I really loved the I have just finished reading this book. And, I had to post this review quickly before I lose the aura of the very first thoughts that occurred to me when I read this. First things first, the cover of the book is excellent. The color, the gloss, the image is very attractive and soothing to the eye. Next comes the title of the book, it is a very beautiful title. It evoked in me my memories of childhood, when little things made me happy and ecstatic. To the poems in the book now. I really loved the poems. My personal favourites are A Loner, The Morning Dew, A Loss for words, This Incredible Woman. It is mentioned that these poems were written when the author was between 14-25. That explains the difference in the depth in the intensity of some of the poems. I really enjoyed the range of emotions that were expressed through varying stages of the author’s growing up process. Things which we think are important at a certain age, which gave us happiness no longer appear important or give us happiness at a later stage of our lives. Life evolves, priorities change, things that give us happiness change. The one thing which struck me was the simplicity of the poems even when expressing the author’s deepest feelings and emotions. Sometimes, I get a feeling that some people think poems must have heavy, flowery, complicated words to convey ideas and emotions. It can also be done employing simple words without compromising on expression. It just struck me as I was reading these poems that, as we grow we make our lives more complicated and forget that it is actually in simple things that we can find great ecstasy. Credit to the author for bringing out this book with conviction in her thoughts and words. I am going with a 5 star rating for this book as that is what this book deserves. This collection of poetry reminded me that it is possible to live, understand, experience life fully without having to feel the need to gloss over our setbacks and difficulties. It also reminded me of the one thing which I lost sight of, that I was happier when I kept my life simple and kept company with nature. Well done Tiffany.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

    I didn't enjoy these poems. There was little to no depth and it is clear that the author's style did not improve much from when she began writing until the year she published. The maturity level is just not there. The author should have gone back and reworked her poems from when she was younger. She should have also gotten professional critiques done on her work so she could improve. She still has much to learn. These poems are exactly what you would expect if you were to go through any average, I didn't enjoy these poems. There was little to no depth and it is clear that the author's style did not improve much from when she began writing until the year she published. The maturity level is just not there. The author should have gone back and reworked her poems from when she was younger. She should have also gotten professional critiques done on her work so she could improve. She still has much to learn. These poems are exactly what you would expect if you were to go through any average, teenage girl's notebook of poems. Simple ideas, simple themes, simple complaints, simple thoughts etc. One thing I did like about this collection was actually nothing to do with the poems and everything to do with the cover. The photograph itself is interesting, and the title would not be half bad if it had anything to do with the content. If I walked into a book store and saw this book I would be curious enough to pick it up. It's only upon reading a poem that I would hastily place it back from where I got it. It can be said then that the book's cover succeeds just as well as the content disappoints.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Megan Haynes

    Won this on Goodreads First Reads giveaways! :) Okay, I like that this was such an easy read - took me 15-20 minutes tops to finish the entire book, with breaks. *I want to preface this next paragraph with: I HAVE NO IDEA OF HER SITUATION WHEN WRITING THESE POEMS. I don't really have any authority to call her poems shallow, great, or any kind of adjective because I don't know her and I've never walked in her shoes. I'm just giving you my opinion of how they came across to me, personally: *A lot of Won this on Goodreads First Reads giveaways! :) Okay, I like that this was such an easy read - took me 15-20 minutes tops to finish the entire book, with breaks. *I want to preface this next paragraph with: I HAVE NO IDEA OF HER SITUATION WHEN WRITING THESE POEMS. I don't really have any authority to call her poems shallow, great, or any kind of adjective because I don't know her and I've never walked in her shoes. I'm just giving you my opinion of how they came across to me, personally: *A lot of the poems were realy shallow to me. For example, in, "Today Is My Birthday" she complains how she only got two presents and only got three cards. It kind of annoyed me. I realize that she was like fourteen in some of these poems, but seriously, she complained about some things that just made me shake my head and think that her life must be a cakewalk; Only getting two presents on your birthday = worst day of your life? Also, I hated the poem called "The Life I've Never Known" -- I found it to be completely...just...I don't really know the word. #firstworldproblems. (Also, I hate the way she blames her dad in that poem - from what it sounds like, he seems to be a good guy, and when you have a good dad, you have to treat him right. JS, they're hard to come by.) Nevertheless, I enjoyed many poems: "Spring Haiku", "Autumn Haiku", "Uncivilized" (my personal favorite! c: ), and "My Choice". Hey, you'll finish it in ten minutes: give it a shot. However, if this book costs more than like $5 at the most, I wouldn't buy it -- it's too short and the content isn't like "omg-I-have-to-read-this-it's-amazing" etc. In some of the poems, I think if the author would have better control of / use better words, they'd be brilliant! :) I think she has talent and should definitely keep writing. These poems kind of tell a story of her life and I like that. I feel like I understand some of the problems she discussed, as well like weight, rejection, lonliness, etc. So, yeah, overall? 2 stars.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brandi Streeval

    this is the best poem book i have ever read before, it was very well written, all of the poems are each full of emotions, i was so happy to start reading this book, the cover of this book is very pretty, the book is just as good as the cover of the book, i really enjoyed these poems alot and i sure hope that she writes more books, if you like poetry books i highly Recommend this book to you, i am going to start reading more poetry books, i give this book 5 stars, i really liked some of these poe this is the best poem book i have ever read before, it was very well written, all of the poems are each full of emotions, i was so happy to start reading this book, the cover of this book is very pretty, the book is just as good as the cover of the book, i really enjoyed these poems alot and i sure hope that she writes more books, if you like poetry books i highly Recommend this book to you, i am going to start reading more poetry books, i give this book 5 stars, i really liked some of these poems alot, i really liked these 1's alot, the love of nature 1, the Indian paintbrush 1, elwood pines, prince charming, a star, the best, a chance.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    I just received this amazing book of poetry from the AWESOMLY SWEET Tiffany Tinney, and I couldn't stop until I had read every poem in the book, a few times. You can FEEL the emotion put into these poems. my FAVORITE has to be "This Incredible Woman" it fits my feelings for my momma so well!!! Tiffany, I am so thankful to have "met" you! You are a wonderful person, and an inspiration. love these poems! I will be keeping this on my night table, for when I need a smile, or a good cry!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Natasha

    Tiffany Tinney's collection of poems is a wonderful collection, which are full of emotion. After I finished reading Ascending Into Euphoria, I came away with a few poems that were my favourite's. Tiffany Tinney writing may not be liked by all readers that pick up her book, but I enjoyed it and would like to see more poetry from Tiffany as she grows as a person and as a writer. If your a poetry person, why not give Tiffany Tinney's book 'Ascending Into Euphoria: A Collection of Poetry' a try.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    The poems in this book were very well written and enjoyable for me. I could relate to some of the poems actually and they touched me. Some of the poems I didn't care for just because they weren't topics I didn't like. Not saying they were bad they just lacked my interest in them. But this was a great light and fast read. So if you like quick easy books with poetry then this is the right book for you to pick up.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lvogel

    This collection of poetry is unequivocally delivered with heart-felt emotion. I thoroughly enjoyed her expressive views, as they convey her candid feelings about various aspects in her life. Consequently,some of these poems educe memories that reflect parallel sentiments I felt as a teenager. In detail, I believe her emotion is real,and at times;raw. Her perspective addresses moods that we can empathize with. Great read!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Virgil Farmer

    Da book was truly a masterpiece full of raw emotion And sheer feeling. Truly an inspiration to read. One of da finest books dat I ever read Keep up da good work for this world is a better place with works of art as creative and as great Great as this book is. Thank you for blessing da world with your gift

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tammielyn

    Tiffany Tinney's Ascending Into Euphoria is what every book of poetry should be. You feel her confusion in dealing with relationships. You empathize with her loneliness, self-consciousness, and anger. And smile along with her as she writes about her love of nature, her mother, and sometimes herself. Ascending into Euphoria is a good book to read on days when you need to feel understood.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jennelle

    This was a quick read. Not only because there are so few pages, but because it is written with some much raw emotion you cant wait to turn the page to see what is next. This came straight from the author's soul and you feel a deep connection to her. So heart felt..... Fantastic! Waiting for more!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nena

    I finished this small book of poetry in less than hour. Some made me laugh out loud, some made me cry, and some made me want to track down the author and give her a hug. All in all it was cute and I enjoyed it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages

    I absolutely LOVED this collection of poems! Tiffany did an excellent job! I would recommend this book to all genres!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nia Shay

    Review to be added

  17. 4 out of 5

    ILoveBooks

    Tinney’s slim collection of poetry is divided into poems of the heart, of nature, of her thoughts, and then a potluck category. I’m no expert on poetry. For me, some of the poems seem elegantly simple, while others seem amateurishly plain. Some of Tinney’s writings whimsically interpret life situations in a different light…as I thought poetry was meant to do. I liked her comparison of friends to autumn leaves. It’s difficult to like or dislike poems dealing with her own relationships. Readers, l Tinney’s slim collection of poetry is divided into poems of the heart, of nature, of her thoughts, and then a potluck category. I’m no expert on poetry. For me, some of the poems seem elegantly simple, while others seem amateurishly plain. Some of Tinney’s writings whimsically interpret life situations in a different light…as I thought poetry was meant to do. I liked her comparison of friends to autumn leaves. It’s difficult to like or dislike poems dealing with her own relationships. Readers, like me, may feel that revelations about her virginity and intimate moments are not the stuff of poetry. Or, maybe her words don’t convey her emotion meaningfully. Tinney’s writing may benefit from maturity and practice? There is a notation that the writing covers a span of time from age 14 thru 25. The cover picture and colors are very attractive.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    I would give this book and almost four. I was a good reads first reads winner of this book of poetry.It is written by Tiffany Tinney. Ms. Tinney wrote this collection of poetry between the ages of 14-25. It is broke down in four categories.Poetry expressed through nature.Potluck Poetry,Poems of the Heart, and poems of my life, my thoughts and me. Ms. Tinney shares her thoughts, hopes, heartaches, disappointments, and humor in her poems. she is honest about her first loves and first hurts, her wo I would give this book and almost four. I was a good reads first reads winner of this book of poetry.It is written by Tiffany Tinney. Ms. Tinney wrote this collection of poetry between the ages of 14-25. It is broke down in four categories.Poetry expressed through nature.Potluck Poetry,Poems of the Heart, and poems of my life, my thoughts and me. Ms. Tinney shares her thoughts, hopes, heartaches, disappointments, and humor in her poems. she is honest about her first loves and first hurts, her wonders of nature. an nice read from a talented poet. I really liked the poem " Fallen Colors" I enjoyed reading this book of poetry. I wish her the best in future writing.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Anna Erishkigal

    A pretty little book of poems. Although I agree with some reviewers that some were obviously written while the author was younger and lacked depth, a few of these really resonated with me. My favorite was Troubled World, which could be a fitting metaphor for the mess which constitutes our two-party system of government these days if you just picture speaking it before a vote at Congress. For that poem, I am giving this slender little book an extra star. Thank you to the author for this Goodreads F A pretty little book of poems. Although I agree with some reviewers that some were obviously written while the author was younger and lacked depth, a few of these really resonated with me. My favorite was Troubled World, which could be a fitting metaphor for the mess which constitutes our two-party system of government these days if you just picture speaking it before a vote at Congress. For that poem, I am giving this slender little book an extra star. Thank you to the author for this Goodreads First Reads Giveaway.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    I received this book through goodreads first-reads. This was an extremely quick read. I would recommend this to girls in their pre-teens and early teens. Many of the poems seem to be written at a young adolescent age and maybe something I could have related to when I was thirteen, but now I couldn't really get into it. Although there were a few gems in there.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marden

    Tiffany Tinney is a daring writer of poems...I loved how each poem conveys a different feeling, makes you remember and reflect on the greatness of nature, life and love ... every time I was reading a poem I enjoyed it so much ... is just wonderful ...My favorite poem: "My Choice"! Tiffany Tinney is a daring writer of poems...I loved how each poem conveys a different feeling, makes you remember and reflect on the greatness of nature, life and love ... every time I was reading a poem I enjoyed it so much ... is just wonderful ...My favorite poem: "My Choice"!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Beka

    *First Reads Won* My personal favorites from this were "Indian Paintbrush," "Nonsense," and the Haikus. The rhymed poems sounded forced and did not flow very well. The poems were alright though, and did accurately describe events in every day life with some good description.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Deb Blackbourn

    I loved this poetry! Knowing that all of the poems were written by the author before the age of 25 is unbelievable! It demonstrates how simple poetry can be while still being beautiful and meaningful! I'm inspired to start writing my poetry again. Thanks, Tiffany!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    I won it in a Goodreads giveaway. Interesting collection of poems, give you a little insight of a younger person. A couple of poems remind me of me back in high school. Not something that I would go out and buy though.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I was given a copy for free with goodreads. I personally like this collection. It is very raw with emotion. It reminds me of poetry that I used to read as a teen to help me get through. This is a book that I would suggest to a young person.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rini Budihartati

    I love this book so much. The poems are touchy and great. And some of them are so me. Great book! :)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Thank you for sharing yourself! I was able to relate to some of your work. Nicely done!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    Horrible. Absolute waste of time.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Demlow

    I have nothing to say about this book of poetry... or whatever this is......

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ana

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