"From the mind of Dr. Gin Love comes a fantastic journey through a beautiful, thought engaging series of poems. It is an inspiring page to visual, sensual, uplifting, and sometimes melancholy, offering that moves me to thoughts of music. When you begin to read it, it is difficult to put it down. Sunrises at Midnight is a joy to absorb. Take it all in."
-Morris Hayes, Keyboardist, Musical Director, and Producer for Prince & The N.P.G.
"Authentically intoxicating in every word, an enchanting experience - Transparently unselfish with Love. - Gin Love shares her all - Bravery."
-C.C. Allentini, author of Secret Garden: A Private Collection and Midnight of Dead Roses
“Immerse yourself in Gin’s dynamic expressions caught in moments in time. Her poetry is a portal into phases in Gin’s emotional journey that evokes pulses of pain, and memories that both crush and elevate beyond the stars. Gin gracefully exposes her soul.”
-Samaria Graham, Artist, Actress of NBC’s Providence, Blossom, Law & Order, Featured performer on the posthumous album based on the poetry/writings of Tupac Shakur, The Rose That Grew From Concrete
"Gin Love writes verses from the Soul. Simple and deep, you can allow yourself to feel the truth of who you are in these words; you can remember your own powerful innocence."
-Jacob Nordby, author of Blessed Are the Weird: A Manifesto for Creatives and The Creative Cure
"Gin Love's poems are balm for the reader's soul, valuable because they are obviously rooted in real experience, as the poet lets us know every so often with a line like this, from the poem Gratitude: "As you travel this sacred journey, / be selective of your guests." That real-life, real-world experience lends credibility to the positive messages she writes, as in this passage from the poem But Then, I Rise: "Surrender is not self betrayal / It redirects your sails. / I fall, but then I rise." This book is restorative."
-Clifford Thompson, award winning author of What It Is: Race, Family, and One Thinking Black Man's Blues
“You get lost in her emotions and suddenly feel strong enough to save her; only to realize, she saved herself! Gin Love's resurrects you over and over again! A must read; a must feel!” -Sonja Marie, Acclaimed poet, author, nationally syndicated Astrologer, featured performer on Waiting to Exhale soundtrack
"Sunrises at Midnight is an amazing expression of love and spiritual uplifting. This work of poetry takes you deep into the soul of a tremendously talented poet. It reveals depths of courage and hope!"
-Karen Gibson Roc, author of she&i, Renowned Poet, Spoken Word, and Musical Artist
"Sunrises at Midnight, the volume of poems from Gin Love, is what this reader considers a lyrical salve for the soul. Each poem sings in its own unique way and its own key, yet together they unite as a concerto. The result of this unity of verse is that it eloquently presents life-affirming words from a versifier of the first order.
-Music Editor at Grown Folks Music