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Fogive Me- A Novel By Leslie Pearse

I feel good. Some days I’m happy and optimistic and others I don’t even know what my feelings are. But 2017 makes me elated despite my multiple emotional breakdowns since the beginning of the year. I feel like I’m ready now to face the 2017 and the world head on.

2016 was such a weird year. And as our modern days saying goes – I simply wasn’t ready! To be honest, knowing the person that I am,  I’m probably just being a drama queen. But hey, it’s 2017!

I started reading again—a hobby that I had neglected in the latter part of 2016. Therefore, I feel that it is almost necessary to start off this year’s first entry with a review on a book that I have had for a year but only recently read. The funny thing is that my favourite book of all time, Georgia, is actually written by the same author.  I wonder why it took me so long to dedicate the time to actually get round to reading this novel but as I read and turned page after page, I see now that the timing had simply not been right. The book resonated with me in a way that I don’t think it would have before. Continue reading “Fogive Me- A Novel By Leslie Pearse”