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Falling Out of Focus
     

Falling Out of Focus

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by Brynn Myers
 

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I was drowning, but all I needed to do was breathe.

It was 5:45pm when I decided my future. By 9:43 I was well on my way to making it all come true. At 11:16 I took the first step to make it a reality. At 11:17 I fell and found peace.

When a dream of dying actually becomes a chance to live. All you have to do is fall.

Overview

I was drowning, but all I needed to do was breathe.

It was 5:45pm when I decided my future. By 9:43 I was well on my way to making it all come true. At 11:16 I took the first step to make it a reality. At 11:17 I fell and found peace.

When a dream of dying actually becomes a chance to live. All you have to do is fall.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781542463751
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/20/2017
Pages:
266
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

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Meet the Author

Brynn Myers is an urban fantasy/paranormal romance author.

After considering writing a hobby for years, she finally turned her passion and talent into a career. She came into the paranormal genre later than most but has always loved fairy-tales and all things magical. Using that love, she creates charmed worlds by writing stories involving passionate, strong-willed characters with something to discover.

Brynn lives with her family in central Florida.

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Falling Out of Focus 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CousinMaura 7 months ago
Falling Out of Focus – Brynn Myers – 5 stars The first line of this book – “Have you ever dreamed about letting go?” – Grabbed me and this paranormal/fantasy/romance held me until the very last words. I read this book without knowing anything about it, and I’m so glad I did. I could write this entire review just quoting from the book, but that seems counter-productive to a review where YOU are reading this to figure out why I liked it. The Good: Novaleigh Darrow: While she is at a crossroads in her life, she is self-aware and willing to take a step back to re-evaluate where she is in life. The fantasy element: So I need to be honest – When I introduced this review, I said it grabbed me from the first line until the very last. The truth is, when I got the 5th full paragraph I had to start over again because it was NOT what I was expecting. The characters are written in such a way that I assigned accents to them and could hear how their clothes moved and could visualize their movements. While there was nothing “new” about these characters (we’ve seen them before in movies & books in one form or another), I was drawn to care about them and their environment. The romance aspect: The “romance” was less traditional (sure there are a few sex scenes) and I felt this was more about Novaleigh’s romance with herself, her essence and her life choices. Her getting back to her true – authentic self to finding the answers she was searching for. The moral of the story: Novaleigh was gently guided to her final decision and I appreciated the message being reiterated in different forms “I was drowning but all I needed to do was breathe”. One last quote: “I’ve always been the girl who walks into a crowded room and feels alone. I’m socially outgoing, but inside I’m always screaming “when can I leave”.” (Imagine if all of us who felt that way actually did that when at a party? That’s all we would hear).