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Letters Written in White Paperback – November 24, 2015
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Her wrighting is raw, gritty, real and even powerful at times. This was a powerful read. So when she first announced she was writing Letters Written in White I knew I HAD to have this book. She didn't disappoint either. At the beginning of the books she writes to the reader and tells us there is a bit of Riah in us all. I didn't quite understand that until I started reading. I've never highlighted so many things in a book before in my life. Everything spoke to me. This book was so much. It made me see my self in a different light. I cried and wheept through the whole book. At times I had to put it down and walk away. Depression is a real thing, and not many talk upon it. And when you do hear of people talk upon it it's not those who understand. I understood and I saw and sympathized with Riah. My heart broke for everyone. "It's easier to see the bad of who we are rather than accept the goodness we encompass" this spoke volumes to me. I'm guilty of this my self. I am Riah winter and you are Riah winter. This book is just SO much. I wanna hug Kathryn and say Thank you for giving me a mirror and for showing me I'm not alone in my struggles in this world.
I always say never judge a book by its cover but this books cover speaks volumes for what's inside awaiting. Give it a try, and be ready to pour your heart and soul out through your tears. And see how much of Riah is inside of you.
The bonus at the end of letters written by real women was the icing on the cake. To know that I am not alone, that I'm not the only one suffering in silence; it gave me hope. There is darkness, but there is also light. It's hard to find it sometimes, but it's there. We are all brave for fighting, even if we don't feel like it sometimes.
The story alone makes this book worth the buy, but the formatting is absolutely gorgeous. Do yourself a favor and purchase Letters Written in White today.
From the book, "Riah Winter is you. You are Riah Winter. Beneath the mask we as women wear, is a person we rarely talk about, and we're all battling something. One thing in particular consumes many of us: depression."
The struggles in this book are 100% real. I personally have felt the emotions that run through Riah, and I have felt the hopelessness that comes along with those emotions. Depression is a battle. It is a tough battle that not all of us win.
"I know I need to stay strong, but just like rust can weaken even the strongest of metals, depression can weaken even the strongest of people."
This book takes you through Riah's inner and outer struggles. It definitely shows another side to depression that perhaps we hadn't thought about. It's eye opening and intense. I felt so torn throughout the book. The journey that Riah went through. That her family went through. The journey to find peace was intense.
"It is easier to see the bad of who we are rather than accept the goodness we encompass."
As I said before, this book was beautiful. I definitely recommend it but beware, it is not a light-hearted read, but it is eye opening and worth it.
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