This collection of poetry is a raw and emotionally gripping tale told through a loose narrative style and imbued with Bell’s passion and personality. It retains a beautiful and haunting style of composition in which we are given an unfettered look into the thought processes -however different than our own- of mental illness and the brutal honesty of it. The often lyrical style and lightness of the rhyme arrangements that juxtapose the weight of the concepts discussed within are powerful and unique among contemporary poems.
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About the Author
Joan J. Bell is a young woman currently working, attending school in Texas, and running a mental health blog as well as a poet, novelist and spoken-word artist. She is a powerful advocate for mental illness and fights proudly for herself and others through her writing and love for words, as well as through spoken word poetry.
Bell is deeply creative but also harbors a love for science which she studies frequently and unequivocally. She brings fresh ideas and creative thoughts and solutions to the table wherever she goes and enjoys playfully attempting to unravel the truth of the universe and understand the world around her.
She has been writing since she was five-years-old and published her first novel at seventeen-years-old.
Bell is a renowned personality and passionate fighter for her ideals and morals. Hardworking and headstrong from sun-up to sun-down she is paving a way for herself in literature that is unmatched in many others so young.
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