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    Diaries of Princesses, Mad Women & Artists With Suicidal Ice Cream

    November Book Haul The Princess Saves Herself In This One Broken into three parts, Lovelace shares the experiences of growing into a woman from a complicated childhood. Poetry revealing the trauma-filled relationship with her mother,  society’s expectations of her as a female, losing love, finding love, and embracing that women are more than “baby making machines.” The last chapter is written solely for the readers, the author’s inspirational messages of self-acceptance. “Silence has always been my loudest scream.” Man has it…. Mad Woman: Poems Being single and independent can be fun right? It’s like living like one of those “Sex in the City” women with some caveats. At the end of…