This is my first Rachel Lynn Solomon book and honestly, I can’t even begin to describe all of the emotions it made me feel. Starting from the dedication page where it states “For anyone searching for the light in the dark you deserve a good thing.” To the letter to the reader where the author not only talks about their personal journey and connection to the story but also how the protagonist’s journey with mental health is not a starting point but rather something, they have worked to maintain. To the resources listed and reminders to be gentle with yourself while reading, to just the story itself- this truly is something special.
Hi friends, hope you are doing well! This week has been a bit slow-paced because of getting my wisdom teeth removed, but I am excited to ramble about the reads from last week. I had my first five star review of the year, and I can’t wait to get into it!!📚🤗 Regretting you by ColleenContinue reading “Regretting Verity Completely”
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ *Disclaimer*I want to be honest here-I have always been someone who hates having any sort of negative opinion about someone else’s work because I know that in order to have felt confident enough to publish their book they must have liked it. But I also want this to beContinue reading “Fates and…lost…words. ~Week One~”