The Girl Who Runs With Foxes

The Girl Who Runs With Foxes

by Mara Jade

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Overview

The Girl Who Runs With Foxes is a collection of poetry written over the span of four years. Within this book, we experience feelings of depression, heartbreak, loneliness, illness, and trauma. Along with themes of self-love, friendship, motherhood, and much more. This book is split into four parts, Moonlight, Thunderstorms, Sunflowers and Fireflies.
Moonlight being the foolishness. Falling in love, and trying to be what others want you to be. Thunderstorms being the heartbreak. Sunflowers being the moving on. Where you discover self-love from within. And finally, Fireflies. That being the portion of revisiting the past, while also looking at the present, and future. Seeing real world problems along with knowing that this is not your end, merely, your beginning.
The Girl Who Runs With Foxes was written for anyone, and everyone, who has known life's challenges, and overcame them to the best of their ability.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781663585370
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 10/27/2020
Pages: 206
Sales rank: 423,056
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Mara Jade found a love for writing when she used to read as a child and one day thought to herself, ‘I want to do that.’ Ever since, she has worked on her own novels, screenplays, poems, and a blog dedicated to illness. The Girl Who Runs With Foxes, being the first collection she has published, has broadened her mind to continue on with her pursuit of leaving behind a story.
Only in her twenties, she’s a mother, a daughter, a wife, and a survivor. Traveling the world to see life firsthand, she knows her only desire is to connect with others on a more personal level, and she knew her writing could do just that.
While mainly focused on her novels, she’s found much time to indulge in the aspects of many other writings, as that’s all her hands seem to ever want to do, and all her mind can think of. If not writing, she’s only thinking of ideas for each of her stories, as her mind is a swirling galaxy that just never quits.

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