Review; The She Book by Tanya Markul

A while ago I recieved an ARC of the poetry collection The She Book by Tanya Markul through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
The She Book is a collection of 114 poems, prose, and quotes written for you. Because this is your year to live the life of your dreams, to heal, to witness, to be the one who queens. Once a silent star in the sky, lost, alone and unnoticed, she began to dream her life awake.

Crafting together the power of words and womanhood, writer Tanya Markul has written a completely unique poetry collection fit for the phenomenal readers of today.
In Tanya's words, "May we raise the bar for how we live our lives. May we ridiculously increase the amount of peace, play, creativity, beauty, love, and joy in everything we do. May we all sip from the wisdom of our suffering. And awaken with the courage to share our stories that can heal our inner and outer worlds."

My Thoughts on the Book
This is a raw, inspirational and emotional poetry collection that will empower the readers, whether it is self-love or other matters.

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