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Tea and Madness Paperback – June 22, 2015
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Tea and Madness by C. Streetlights is so artfully crafted the reader finds themselves inside the tragic, beautiful mesmerizing and intimate seasons of the author's life utterly transfixed. C. Streetlights' voice is unique, powerful and reminiscent of an old soul equally wise and profound. It's a touching poetic way of painting her world. Tea and Madness is an exceptionally well- crafted memoir of prose and poetry that sneaks up on you, and warms your heart. Stunning debut.
Jacqueline Cioffa, author of The Vast Landscape and Georgia Pine
From the Author
Tea and Madness is a collection of pieces I wroteover approximately 3-5 years and is a presentation of my life as it unfolded during a time periodwhen my life had fallen apart into unrecognizable pieces and I had to eitherrebuild or give up. Watching my book come to life was experiencing my voicebeing heard for the first time. As a rape survivor who never reported this wasenormously validating. This book, if anything, is a product of pain andunexpected joy.
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Tea and Madness - A Memoir by C.Streetlights is a powerful, emotionally charged and inspirational book that will leave it tugging on your heartstrings as you flip through the pages.
In 'Tea and Madness,' C. Streetlights shares her stories of pain, loss, forgiveness, and renewal. Like the perfect cup of tea, there is comfort to be found in the notion that others have danced on the edge of madness and endured.
Presented as a journey through the seasons, there is a natural progression of discovery and healing that gives hope and the feeling that time has been spent with a good friend.