Feminine Collective Published Books
HUSH by Nicole LyonsHUSH written by Nicole Lyons, is a searing collection of poems that takes the reader on an emotional ride, through the tunnel of mental illness and reckless love. Nicole Lyons' voice undulates from pain to ecstasy, at breakneck speed. Erotic, soulful and authentic, Nicole has written a raw memoir encapsulated in poems. Stepping off the cliff, delving into HUSH, readers will find themselves breathless and wanting more. Click image to view on Amazon.
Love Notes From Humanity: The Lust, Love & Loss CollectionCurated by FeminineCollective.com, many from this collection have been published on the site since its beginning. Others you will read are new pieces that were written just for this collection. The writers of these poems are award-winning Authors, Journalists, Bloggers and Activists, while others are previously unknown artists. The voices of the forty-four contributors are diverse. The poems are a collective made from a global community. The authors are from Australia, Canada, Central America, The United Kingdom, The United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, South Africa and The United States. Written by women and men, between the ages of fifteen and seventy, each poem is unique in every respect. Click image to view on Amazon.
The Year of Living Miraculously by Michele LandersThe Year of Living Miraculously is unique in that it not only takes the reader along on Michele’s spiritual journey from victim to victorious; it also touches on an area that most Law of Attraction books rarely delve into: If all our thoughts co-create our reality, then why does a three-year-old get leukemia? Why would two children be the horrifying witnesses to their mother’s brutal murder, or any other horrific and seemingly roulette wheel life tragedies? Michele Landers addresses these questions with thoughtfulness and her “wild card” theory and not a one size fits all explanation. Click the image to view on Amazon.
Monochrome by H.M. Jones
What would you do to save your most precious memories?
That’s the question that Abigail Bennet, a new mother, must answer in this dark fantasy.
The cries of her new baby throw Abigail into rage and desperation. Frightened by foreign anger and overwhelming depression, the first-time mother decides to end her life to spare the life of her only child. But before she acts on her dark intuition, she is overcome by a panic attack and blacks out.
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