“I’m Every Woman” is a collection of essays about blooming into femininity. About female friendships, empowerment, love, and loss. The book journeys through several female encounters that have helped inform and influence childhood, adolescence, and womanhood.
Over the past few years, Brianna Wiest has gained renown for her deeply moving, philosophical writing.
I’m your little ‘enigma’, the code you’d like to decipher, the girl you keep trying to figure out, to unravel.
Brianna Wiest’s first book The Truth About Everything was released July 10, 2013, and went on to be one of the best selling books on Amazon for two straight years.
Kendra Syrdal is probably in a bad mood. Unless she’s writing, making fun of something, or eating tater tots.
I don’t know if Hamlet’s attitude changes because I haven’t been reading the play. I haven’t been reading because I dislike Shakespeare or Sphere or however you spell that.
I was one of the people who admitted to putting the “pro” in the procrastination, but DON’T DO IT!
“We’re all lonely for something we don’t know we’re lonely for. How else to explain the curious feeling that goes around feeling like missing somebody we’ve never even met?”
Take a look back at some thought-provoking moments in writing this year.
This was a pleasure to compile. A life hack for you: ask everybody you know what essay, article, story or poem has most profoundly affected them, and you get an inbox full of fantastic content to sort through.