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#LoveMe – Passion

Why are you doing #LoveMe? A photo of you A word that describes you A person who loves you A note to the past you A note to the future you One thing that’s just for you Share a scar … Continue reading

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The Desolation of The Crown

I want you to take a long hard look at that poster and tell me what you see. Do you see a woman fighting to come out of the shadows? Do you see a woman whose face has been wiped … Continue reading

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After 15 years I’m still in love (and death)…

Yesterday was a good day, but it was good for two different Beckys. The first half was amazing for kind-of-adult Becky. I had my final probationary review at work yesterday afternoon and I passed. I now have an actual permanent … Continue reading

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“Holding” by Graham Norton

Those of you at uni or college or high school will know the feeling of the last two weeks of semester. You’ve made it all the way through. You can see the finish line but there is just one last, … Continue reading

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“Thanks for the Trouble” by Tommy Wallach

I have been incredibly lucky in that the last few book I’ve read have been pure genius. Thanks for the Trouble is no exception. I bought this book when I was in Dymocks in Queen St Mall, forever and a day … Continue reading

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“Holding Up the Universe” by Jennifer Niven

Pro Tip: Never ever ever drop your book in the bath tub. Particular not when you are less than 20 pages before the end of a  book that you’ve been reading, pretty much non-stop, for 4.5 hours. Turning waterlogged pages may … Continue reading

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“If You Feel Too Much” by Jamie Tworkowski

I’m not entirely sure how to start this post. If You Feel Too Much wasn’t so much a book as it was an experience. How do you explain an experience? Experiences are different for everyone. I suppose I should start with … Continue reading

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