Book mentions in this thread

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    The Many Personalities of Me

    by Miss Yael Gottesman

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    Vulgar Wisdoms

    by meaghan curley

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    Everyone at This Party Has Two Names

    by Brad Aaron Modlin

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    by Simon Warwick Beresford

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    The Poetic Storm

    by Maxwanette A Poetess

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    A Collection of Nightmares

    by Christina Sng

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    Lockdown Innit

    by M J Mallon

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    The She Book

    by Tanya Markul

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    The Apocalyptic Mannequin

    by Stephanie M Wytovich

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    Route Obscure and Lonely

    by Scott Hart

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    Poems of My Night

    by Cynthia Pelayo

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    Poetry, Language Of The Soul

    by Maxwanette A Poetess

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    My Little Black Distress

    by Simon Warwick Beresford

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    Modern Mythology

    by Nadia McGhee

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    Where Darkness Meets Light

    by Sabrine Elouali

    A poetry collection depicting the trials and tribulations of living with mental illness and the journey of one girl's struggles to try and overcome them. From the difficult beginnings of life that contributed to her illnesses, to the present day where she still faces her demons day in day out. Full of harsh truths, comforting truths, and humbling truths. A book that will have you reflecting on your own life, where you can make changes, improvements and start to really challenge your regular ways of thinking. Featuring descriptions of hope as well as woeful testimonies, each poem illustrates the thoughts and emotions this young woman has gone through and continues to go through. Having written this book to inspire, and open the eyes of all who come across it, as well as hopes of breaking the stigmas around mental health and mental illness.
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    Edgar Allen Poe

    by Edgar Allen Poe

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    A Dementia Carer Poems

    by T.J. Hübner

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    by Amorak Huey

    Poetry: A Writers' Guide and Anthology is a complete introduction to the art and craft of writing poetry. The authors map out more than 25 key elements of poetry including image, lyric, point of view, metaphor, and movement and use these elements as starting points for discussion questions and writing prompts. The book guides the reader through a range of poetic modes including: - Elegy - Found poems - Nocturne - Ode - Protest poems - Ars Poetica - Lyric - Narrative Poetry also offers inspiring examples of contemporary poetry covering all the modes and elements discussed by the book, including poems by: Billy Collins, Sherman Alexie, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Natalie Diaz, Traci Brimhall, Terrance Hayes, Richard Blanco, Danez Smith, Natasha Trethewey, Mark Halliday, Eileen Myles, Mary Jo Bang, Tracy K. Smith, Ocean Vuong, and many others.
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    An Ode To Woman

    by Paula Love Clark

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    Back To Grace

    by Earthschool Harmony

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    InsideOut Enneagram

    by Wendy Appel

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    Need Of A Change

    by Rita Rana

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    What do you think?

    by Catherine Balavage

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    World in Costume

    by Hannah Stein

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    Through your eyes is a poetry book about love. It tells a story of love through the eyes of the reader in a rhythmic and captivating flow. The use of enjambments is the highlight of this book. It is the place where fiction and fantasy meets reality.This book is an exciting genre of poetry called Mellexy - Mellow Sexy. Through your eyes shows love in the most beautiful and imaginable way. It gives a pictorial imaginary that makes each poem colourful and unique.The simple nature of this book makes it easy to read and appreciate the beauty of poetry. Through your eyes is the first of the Mellexy series.Discover in this book tasteful words that will linger on your mind.
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    What Kind of Woman

    by Kate Baer

    An Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller "If you want your breath to catch and your heart to stop, turn to Kate Baer."--Joanna Goddard, Cup of Jo A stunning and honest debut poetry collection about the beauty and hardships of being a woman in the world today, and the many roles we play - mother, partner, and friend. “When life throws you a bag of sorrow, hold out your hands/Little by little, mountains are climbed.” So ends Kate Baer’s remarkable poem “Things My Girlfriends Teach Me.” In “Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny Feels” she challenges her reader to consider their grandmother’s cake, the taste of the sea, the cool swill of freedom. In her poem “Deliverance” about her son’s birth she writes “What is the word for when the light leaves the body?/What is the word for when it/at last, returns?” Through poems that are as unforgettably beautiful as they are accessible, Kate Bear proves herself to truly be an exemplary voice in modern poetry. Her words make women feel seen in their own bodies, in their own marriages, and in their own lives. Her poems are those you share with your mother, your daughter, your sister, and your friends.
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    Mumblings of a Fool

    by Momus Najmi

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    Seduced by Seduction

    by C. Stuart Lewis

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    Uprooted by Naomi Novik (2016-05-05)

    by Naomi Novik

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    by Simon Warwick Beresford

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    A Lovely Wreckage

    by Brigid Hannon

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    paper heart

    by Boomie Bol

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    Nostalgic Tendencies

    by a.r.h.

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    by Kate Rauhoff

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    Constant Pursuit

    by Erica Hedtke Barreto

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    A Florist Forsaken

    by Corey Toomey

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    The Water Dancer

    by Ta-Nehisi Coates

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    Nobody Will Ever Hurt Me Like You Did

    by Mark abukoff

  • Java for passionate developers

    by Marcus Biel

  • Poetry of Aloha

    by Stephen Carbon

    Take an intimate experience into the beauty and spirit of Aloha in a story of poetry and photos from the island of Kauai. This is a collection of island-inspired lyrical verses of creativity and images of nature. A pure joy and inspiration to share with all of you. Aloha and a hui hou (till we meet again) Stephen
  • Written in Blood

    by Robert Alex Stubblefield

  • A Stroll on the Moors

    by Mark Newman

  • Brittleness

    by Carl Webber

  • Parts of Me

    by Kimberley Z Tent

  • Noir

    by Derek R. King

  • Healing Back Pain

    by John E. Sarno

    Dr. John E. Sarno is a medical pioneer whose program has helped thousands of thousands of people overcome their back conditions--without or drugs or dangerous surgery. Now, using his grounbreaking research into TMS (Tension Mytostis Syndrome), Dr. Sarno goes one step further: after identifyig stress and other psychological factors in back pain, he demonstrates how many of his patiens have gone on to heal themselves without exercise or other physical therapy. Find out: Why self-motivated and successful people are prone to TMS How anxiety and repressed anger trigger muscle spasms How people "train themselves' to experience back pain How you may get relief from back pain within two to six weeks by recognizing TMS and its causes With case histories and the results of in-depth mind-body research, Dr. Sarno describes how patients recognize the emotional roots of their TMS and sever the connections between mental and physical pain... and how, just by reading this book, you may start recovering from back pain today.
  • Kings and Queens

    by J. N. Eagles

  • Lost Boys

    by Darcey Rosenblatt

    In 1982 Iran, twelve-year-old Reza is more interested in music than war, but enlists in obedience to his devout mother and soon finds himself in a prison camp in Iraq.
  • In Between

    by S.J. Lomas