Severe(d): A Creepy Poetry Collection


Holly Riordan’s haunting poetry book features a beautifully morbid cover that glows in the dark. Treat yourself or the goth fan in your life with this thrilling and cathartic poetry collection, and don’t forget to turn out the lights!

Whether you are trying to claw your way out of depression, suffering from extreme heartbreak, or just enjoy reading disturbing writing, Holly Riordan’s first poetry collection will remind you that you are not alone.

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Meet the author

Holly Riordan is a writer from Long Island, New York, who has penned several dark and twisty tales.


  1. This book just arrived and I already read it on my way back home and loved it, some poems even made me tear up, some were too relatable, some made me angry, this was exactly what I needed at this moment.
    Also, it has cute art all over the book ? and the cover GLOWS IN THE DARK! This is one badass book!
    The dedication is one the funniest and nicest ever ❤

    Amelia Goodreads

  2. I adored this little book. The collection is very haunting, but anyone who has felt those overwhelming anxieties about life/relationships/waking up in the morning when all you want to do is sleep can find some relation to these poems. Wonderful.

    Shannon Goodreads

  3. As I started reading, I noticed how raw and graphic the poetry was—not really my “typical” style when it comes to poetry. The topics very much centered around anger, death, anxiety, depression, abuse, etc. However, the more I read the more I became intrigued. Although quite gruesome in some instances, I think the concepts Riordan explores are all emotions that we experience at some point whether we act on them or not.

    Krista Goodreads

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