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Steps toward finding yourself and singing down the stars.
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"RoAnna Sylver's writing is magic and stardust on the sharpened edge of an ancient blade." - Alex Casso, author of THE SECRETS I KEEP
"Sylver flawlessly reaches out and firmly grasps on to the emotions of their reader and drags them along for the painful, beautiful ride as they process the feelings they experience due to their lost love and the resulting grief." - Leah, SMALL QUEER, BIG OPINIONS
"A moving collection of poems about grief and trauma, and I definitely recommend it. 5/5 stars." - Laura, LAURA + THE VOICES
"These poems are beautiful, evocative and so full of meaning that you will need to read this over and over again." - Ceillie, CANDIDCEILLIE
"This collection is dripping in raw emotion and beautiful language that has an almost lyrical quality to it. Sylver reaches deeper and takes their exploration of the craft further than some of their contemporaries which, at least for me, is a breath of fresh air. This was a privilege to read." - Maggie Derrick, MAGGIEDERRICK.COM
"Reading this collection felt like I was reading a very personal diary, filled with thoughts that the character who has lost someone, is keeping to themselves. It’s a short read but I thought it was quite beautiful and it’ll give you a lot to think about." - Sinead, HUNTRESS OF DIVERSE BOOKS
"It’s hauntingly lyrical, and absolutely not a collection to be read just once... invites you to wrap yourself in stardust and… not necessarily sing down the stars, as the description suggests, but sing yourself towards the stars, shining brightly along with them and dancing between them from glow to glow." - Lynn, BOOK TALK
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