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Only Words: A Collection of Poetry By Crystal A. Clemons
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Over 200 pages of poetry that takes the reader on a rollercoaster of emotions; Love, hate, heartbreak, light, dark, joy, pain, and a little quirkiness for fun. It has something for everyone in it.
Only Words: A Collection of Poetry By Crystal A. Clemons
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Over 200 pages of poetry that takes the reader on a rollercoaster of emotions; Love, hate, heartbreak, light, dark, joy, pain, and a little quirkiness for fun. It has something for everyone in it.
Love Is a Fickle Thing: Book One By Crystal A. Clemons
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The one thing that Romaine Eldridge Lindley hates, other than her name (and loathes that she was named after lettuce), is love, and vows to not let herself be infected with the poison of it. ... More > Surrounding Romaine in their home dubbed "Lindley Manor" are the colorful characters of her floundering artist father, quirky nature-loving stepmother Fiona, ultra-girly and twirly older sister who is obsessed with the finer things in life, and her younger stepbrother and stepsister, twins Simon and Anelle who are practically genuises and just as quirky as their mother. Romaine is the glue that holds the quirky bunch together, but when unexpected arrivals show up, Romaine's cautious world may start to unravel. In the first book in the two-book series, Romaine sits at 21 retelling the past three years of her life through writing and we see the world through her eyes. Is love really as fickle as she thinks it is? or is Romaine clinging to that idea out of protection for her own fickle heart?< Less
Love is a Fickle Thing By Crystal A. Clemons
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The one thing that Romaine Eldridge Lindley hates, other than her name (and loathes that she was named after lettuce), is love. Her mother Sadie died from it, her father Stephen failed at it, her... More > oldest brother ran from the devastation it caused, her older sister is obsessed with it, and Romaine sees no purpose for it in her own life; viewing it as a disease and destroyer that affects the mind and messes up the heart, and vows to not let herself be infected with the poison of it. Surrounding Romaine in their home dubbed "Lindley Manor" are the colorful characters of her family. Romaine is the glue that holds the quirky bunch together, but when unexpected arrivals show up Romaine's cautious world may start to unravel. Is love really as fickle as she thinks it is? or is Romaine clinging to that idea out of protection for her own fickle heart?< Less