Fractured: essays on love, friendship, and the nightmares in between

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Love is deaf, dumb, and blind.

And, as her first collection of essays shows, love occasionally strikes author K.J. Pierce utterly stupid.

But love is a huge part of being human, and what else is there to do between the highs of first love and the lows of broken hearts, except trip down the primrose path and swear to never make the same mistakes again? She’s loved (more unrequitedly than not). She’s hated (when there’s nothing else left). She’s made rash decisions (because, honestly, who hasn’t done some level of crazy on account of love?)

In short: K.J. has been deaf, dumb, blind, stupid, and guilty of the occasional ill-thought-out plan - sometimes all at the same time.

From contemplating beauty to confronting her own fears to befriending rockstars, K.J. reflects on the nature of love. Sometimes funny, sometimes raw, but always honest, she savors friends and lovers who stayed awhile, learns from those who merely passed through, and often finds the answers she seeks are met only with more questions.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2011
June 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
52
Pages
PUBLISHER
K.J. Pierce
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
159.9
KB

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