Download A Gentle Reminder [PDF] By Bianca Sparacino

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A Gentle Reminder book pdf download for free or read online, also A Gentle Reminder pdf was written by Bianca Sparacino.

Bianca Sparacino is a writer based in Toronto, Ontario who strives to write honestly about the beauty that comes from life’s contrasts. From love and loss to joy and regret, she is dedicated to transforming the human condition into poetry. When she’s not writing, Ella Bianca enjoys an embarrassing amount of black coffee, dusty old vintage stores, and studying neuroscience. Some of her biggest influencers are Anna Karina , Anais Nin, and Susan Sontag.

BookA Gentle Reminder
AuthorBianca Sparacino
LanguageEnglish
Size500 KB
Pages154
CategoryNovel

A Gentle Reminder Book PDF download for free

A Gentle Reminder Book PDF download for free

A gentle reminder of the days when you feel light in this world and the days when the sun rises a little slower. A gentle reminder when your heart is full of hope and when you are learning to heal it. A gentle reminder of when to finally start trusting in the good and when you need the kind of words that will mend your broken pieces.

A Gentle Reminder Book Pdf Download

When I started reading this book, the first thought that came to my mind was: ‘How come I didn’t start this earlier?’ and God knows he needed it. But I think it came at the right time and I couldn’t stop, I didn’t want to. I opened this book and couldn’t stop reading or crying for three hours, and only stopped because I had Pilates and I didn’t want to miss it. Still, in this profoundly beautiful book, Bianca shows you how to heal, telling you things you already know (or should know), and she does it so gracefully that you have no choice but to believe her.

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believe that the right thing will come at the right time, that the right person will choose you as much as you choose her. This book is one of the most beautiful I have ever read and I have read a lot. I really didn’t want it to end, but then it came and it was amazing. She helped me get back on my feet, helped me heal, and helped me see things for what they really were. it is illuminating, it is a work of art. I think everyone should read it.

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