If you are craving something different in your life, then YOU need to make it happen. Change is extremely difficult, but it can also be life-changing (literally).
I was careful at first. I said Mama had rules. There weren’t a lot of rules but they were important to follow because Mama knew best about these sorts of things. I told her Mama is good but Mama can be hard.
I didn’t believe in love potions or hexes or black magic, but I did believe in psychic predictions.
Tears lined the toilet seat as I begged my body to keep fighting, as I threw up but couldn’t see the outlines of the pills I had consumed.
Following someone on social media does not mean you know them.
“I smile all the time so that nobody knows how sad and lonely I really am.”
“Today, on the one-year anniversary of my boyfriend’s death, I decided it was time to clear his clothes out of our closet. In one of his coat pockets I found a diamond engagement ring…”
It changed my relationship with every single person in my life.
I never meant to die. Well, that must be a lie because I killed myself so of course I meant to die. I never meant to affect anyone else with my death.
In painstaking and often painfully funny detail, this book focuses cases where people died in ironic, unusual, or outright horrifying ways.