Fractured: essays on love, friendship, and the nightmares in between

Fractured: essays on love, friendship, and the nightmares in between

by K.J. Pierce

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Relationships – any kind of relationships – are integral to human existence. Hearts soar with delight at the hint of first love and lay heavy and broken when the world crashes down. We love, sometimes unrequitedly so, hate when there’s nothing else left, and make stupid decisions because love is, after all, deaf, dumb, and blind.

In this collection of personal essays, author K.J. Pierce reflects on the nature of love, relationships, and emotional attachments, looking at not only what others came to teach her, but her own motivations, as well. Sometimes funny, sometimes raw, but always honest, she delves into her pursuit with abandon, relishing those who’ve played an integral part in her life, learning from those who merely pass through, and ultimately realizing answers typically only lead to more questions.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011427282
Publisher: K.J. Pierce
Publication date: 06/27/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 232 KB

About the Author

K.J. Pierce is a jack of all trades. This, perhaps, makes her master of none, but her interests are varied enough she doesn’t mind. Her main goal in life is to understand the human condition, which she’s explored, in part, in Fractured: essays on love, friendship, and the nightmares in between, her eBook of Creative Nonfiction. She holds a BA in English Literature/Creative Writing from Agnes Scott College and a MLitt in The Gothic Imagination from the University of Stirling. K.J. currently lives in central Florida with her cat, Dorian Gray, who lives up to his name by striving to be the state’s most prolific lizard serial killer.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. Growing up is a hard and scary thing to do and the author pulls no punches on her own insecurities. Though we have totally different backgrounds, for one I am male, I could identify with her thoughts and feelings. Who hasn't felt lost and alone in this messed up world? It is a quick read, but one I will be revisiting to catch the things I missed the first time around.