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In her new stand-alone poetry collection, Flower Crowns & Fearsome Things, best-selling and award-winning poetess Amanda Lovelace explores the complexity of femininity through alternating wildflower and wildfire poems.

Within this book, you will find that each of us has the ability to be both soft and fierce at the same time. There is no need to choose one or the other.

This audiobook includes commentary by the author on her writing process as well as the inspiration behind the poems.

©2021 Amanda Lovelace (P)2021 Andrews McMeel Publishing

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inspirational

I very much enjoyed this book. I think it was extremely powerful and inspirational. I think I would almost prefer to read a physical copy of her work rather than having it read to me, because I just didn't really like the way it was read. But that has nothing to do with her or her work at all because she is a remarkable woman, poet and author. The stories that she tells and in the way that they are written are unmatched and I think that everybody should experience them no matter which way you choose to ingest it.