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Best Books About Romantic Breakups

Best Books About Romantic Breakups

Some of the best books about romantic breakups are visual and artistic in nature. A recent example is Breakup Book, a colorful anthology of breakup insights from 750,000 artists. It is a refreshing take on the painful transition. In addition, it provides some solace for the reader, who may be having a hard time readjusting to a new life without their partner.

Loose Woman by Sandra Cisneros

Loose Woman is a collection of poetry that celebrates the feminine side of love. The poems are elegant and moving, bound by the voice of one woman. They span continents and cultures, and offer a range of moods and extraordinary insights. Though written in English, the poems can also be read in Spanish.

The Art of Thinking Clearly by Rolf Dobelli

The Art of Thinking Clearly is a nonfiction book written by Swiss writer Rolf Dobelli. It deconstructs some of the common logical fallacies that people commit when making decisions. It is difficult to avoid such mistakes, but they can impair our decision-making skills.

One common problem people have is that they continue to invest in a bad investment for too long, stay in a bad relationship when they should end it, or stay in a job that they hate. Fortunately, we can learn to overcome these mistakes by following a simple process of thought. Ultimately, it will help us improve our decision-making.

You Can Do All Things by Alix E. Harrow

Alix E. Harrow is a talented debut novelist whose debut novel, You Can Do All Things, is set in the world of the internet. While it is grand in scale, with multiple worlds and characters, the novel is also deeply personal, focusing on a young woman’s need to be noticed. Harrow’s debut novel is a thrilling adventure, a sharp critique of cultural norms, and an exploration of the power of words. This book is a fresh delight and a wonderful read.

The book opens with the story of January Scaller, a young woman who lives in a mansion full of unusual treasures. She feels like an outsider and is determined to fit in, but when she discovers an old, mysterious book, she feels a strong sense of belonging. The book contains a tale about secrets, love, adventure, danger, and unfathomable truths about the world. As January unravels the story of the book, she finds that it is increasingly entwined with her own.

Harrow’s upcoming sequel to You Can Do All Things follows the formulaic formula of Harrow’s breakout debut, The Ten Thousand Doors of January. The plot is an alternate history based on real events that takes place during the early twentieth century women’s rights struggle. The once-for-all book also features witches who want to reclaim their power, and is a thrilling alternate history that will keep readers hooked.