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Broken (in the best possible way)

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Furiously Happy and Let’s Pretend This Never Happened comes a deeply relatable book filled with humor and honesty about depression and anxiety.

As Jenny Lawson’s hundreds of thousands of fans know, she suffers from depression. In Broken, Jenny brings readers along on her mental and physical health journey, offering heartbreaking and hilarious anecdotes along the way.

With people experiencing anxiety and depression now than ever, Jenny humanizes what we all face in an all too real way, reassuring us that we’re not alone and making us laugh while doing it. From the business ideas that she wants to pitch to Shark Tank to the reason why Jenny can never go back to the post office, Broken leaves nothing to the imagination in the most satisfying way. And of course, Jenny’s long suffering husband Victor―the Ricky to Jenny’s Lucille Ball―is present throughout.

A treat for Jenny Lawson’s already existing fans, and destined to convert new ones, Broken is a beacon of hope and a wellspring of laughter when we all need it most.

Lycanthropy and Other Chronic Illnesses

Teen Wolf meetsEmergency Contact in this sharply observed, hilarious, and heartwarming debut young adult novel about friendship and the hairy side of chronic illness.

Priya worked hard to pursue her premed dreams at Stanford, but a diagnosis of chronic Lyme disease during her sopho year sends her back to her loving but overbearing family in New Jersey—and leaves her wondering if she’ll ever be able to return to the way things were. Thankfully she has her online pen pal, Brigid, and the rest of the members of “oof ouch my bones,” a virtual support group that meets on Discord to crack jokes and vent about their own chronic illnesses.

When Brigid suddenly goes offline, Priya does something out of character: she steals the family car and drives to Pennsylvania to check on Brigid. Priya isn’t sure what to expect, but it isn’t the horrifying creature that's shut in the basement.

With Brigid nowhere to be found, Priya begins to puzzle together an impossible but obvious truth: the creature might be a werewolf—and the werewolf might be Brigid. As Brigid's unique condition worsens, their friendship will be deepened and challenged in unexpected ways, forcing them to reckon with their own ideas of what it means to be normal.

Aquarium

An incredible story following two sisters, both deaf and raised in cultlike seclusion by deaf parents, and the shattering consequences that unfold when that isolation comes to an end



Sisters Lili and Dori Ackerman are deaf. Their parents beautiful, despondent Anna; fearsome and admired Alex are deaf too. Alex, a scrap metal collector and sometime prophet, opposes any attempts to integrate with the world of the hearing; to escape its destructive influence, the girls are educated at home. Deafness is no disability, their father says, but an alternative way of life, preferable by far to that of the strident, hypocritical hearing.

Lili and Dori grow up semi feral, living in a world they have created together. Lili writes down everything that happens, just the facts. And Dori, the reader, follows her. On the block where the girls spend their childhood, the family is united against a hostile and alien world. They watch the hearing like they would fish in an aquarium.

But when the outside world intrudes, the cracks that begin to form will span the rest of their lives. Separated from the family that ingrained in them a sense of uniqueness and alienation, Lili and Dori must relearn how to live, and how to tell their own stories.

Sly, surprising, and as sharp fanged as its protagonists, Yaara Shehori's Aquarium is a stunning debut that interrogates the practices of storytelling and storyhearing.

A Soft Touch

Roman Reynolds needs a housekeeper and Ezra Powell is arguably the best. Despite their rocky start, Ezra is determined to set Roman’s house to rights without any distractions, if only the man would keep his shirt on and stop looking so damn handsome all the time.

An ex NFL player and confirmed bachelor, Roman has been on a long losing streak when it comes to men. When his best friend (and notorious prankster) says he’s got someone who’s perfect for him, Roman knows it’s too good to be true. But then Ezra comes along with his shy smiles and thoughtful gestures and Roman’s hardened heart finally begins to thaw.

Both men have been hurt before, both are a little shy when it comes to love, but when the opportunity to form a deep and lasting connection arises, will they be bold enough to take it?

A SOFT TOUCH is a sweet and steamy 73K MM romance novel with low angst, lots of cuddles, and a bonafide happy ending. Content warning for ableism.

His Haven (His #3)

Once jilted, twice shy

Keir Brodie is a lawyer with good reason for his trust issues. A year after his groom didn’t show up at their wedding, he’s still heartsore and hurting. Work has been his saviour, but a new project sets alarm bells ringing — his favourite client wants to buy a house for someone Keir thinks is a liar.

Mitch’s nice guy act doesn’t fool Keir, and he can’t let sparks flying when they’re together distract him. That’s just the flare of opposites attracting, not the lifelong connection he misses. Besides, no amount of passion is worth risking his heart, especially with someone only down for onetime hook ups.

Their shared project chips away at Keir’s first impressions. As the truth, and Keir, unravel, Mitch pieces him back together in ways Keir couldn’t have predicted. Trusting Mitch with than his client’s money will take a leap of faith, in himself, and in a man Keir hopes won’t leave him waiting.

♥ Featuring opposites who attract, and passion in close proximity, His Haven is the third shared world novel in the His Contemporary MM Romance series. Featuring a different couple each time, these books can be read alone, or enjoyed together. ♥

85,000 words.

What Happened to You?

The first ever picture book addressing how a disabled child might want to be spoken to.What happened to you? Was it a shark? A burglar? A lion? Did it fall off?Every time Joe goes out the questions are the same . what happened to his leg? But is this even a question Joe has to answer?A ground breaking, funny story that helps children understand what it might feel like to be seen as different.

The Disability Experience: Working Toward Belonging

People with disabilities (PWDs) have the same aspirations for their lives as you do for yours. The difference is that PWDs don’t have the same access to education, employment, housing, transportation and healthcare in order to achieve their goals. In The Disability Experience you’ll meet people with different kinds of disabilities, and you'll begin to understand the ways PWDs have been ignored, reviled and marginalized throughout history. The book also celebrates the triumphs and achievements of PWDs and shares the powerful stories of those who have fought for change.

Act Your Age, Eve Brown (The Brown Sisters, #3)

In Act Your Age, Eve Brown the flightiest Brown sister crashes into the life of an uptight BB owner and has him falling hard—literally.

Eve Brown is a certified hot mess. No matter how hard she strives to do right, her life always goes horribly wrong—so she’s given up trying. But when her personal brand of chaos ruins an expensive wedding (someone had to liberate those poor doves), her parents draw the line. It's time for Eve to grow up and prove herself—even though she's not entirely sure how…

Jacob Wayne is in control. Always. The bed and breakfast owner’s on a mission to dominate the hospitality industry—and he expects nothing less than perfection. So when a purple haired tornado of a woman turns up out of the blue to interview for his open chef position, he tells her the brutal truth: not a chance in hell. Then she hits him with her car—supposedly by accident. Yeah, right.

Now his arm is broken, his BB is understaffed, and the dangerously unpredictable Eve is fluttering around, trying to help. Before long, she’s infiltrated his work, his kitchen—and his spare bedroom. Jacob hates everything about it. Or rather, he should. Sunny, chaotic Eve is his natural born nemesis, but the longer these two enemies spend in close quarters, the their animosity turns into something else. Like Eve, the heat between them is impossible to ignore—and it’s melting Jacob’s frosty exterior.

Float Plan

Critically acclaimed author Trish Doller's unforgettable and romantic adult debut about setting sail, starting over, and finding yourselfSince the loss of her fiancé, Anna has been shipwrecked by grief—until a reminder goes off about a trip they were supposed to take together. Impulsively, Anna goes to sea in their sailboat, intending to complete the voyage alone.But after a treacherous night’s sail, she realizes she can’t do it by herself and hires Keane, a professional sailor, to help. Much like Anna, Keane is struggling with a very different future than the one he had planned. As romance rises with the tide, they discover that it’s never too late to chart a new course.In Trish Doller’s unforgettable Float Plan, starting over doesn't mean letting go of your past, it means making room for your future.

The Speed of Light

A compelling and provocative debut novel told in intersecting timelines over a tumultuous, defining year in one woman’s life.

Simone is trying her best not to think of what she’s lost. Diagnosed with MS, she awaits the results of another anxiety inducing MRI. She’s just walked away from Connor, “a fixer” but possibly the love of her life. And nearing the holidays, the sights and sounds of winter in South Dakota only prick memories of better years gone by. Then, on a December morning at the university where she works, jarring gunshots pierce the halls. In a temporary safe place and terrified, Simone listens and pretends this will all be over soon.

As she waits for silence, her mind racing, Simone’s past year comes into focus. Falling in love and missing it. Finding strength in family and enduring friendships. Planning for the future, fearing it, and hoping against hope in dark places. Her life has been changing at the speed of light, and each crossroad brought Simone here, to this day, to endure the things she can’t control and to confront those that she can.

The Unbroken (Magic of the Lost, #1)

Touraine is a soldier. Stolen as a child and raised to kill and die for the empire, her only loyalty is to her fellow conscripts. But now, her company has been sent back to her homeland to stop a rebellion, and the ties of blood may be stronger than she thought.

Luca needs a turncoat. Someone desperate enough to tiptoe the bayonet's edge between treason and orders. Someone who can sway the rebels toward peace, while Luca focuses on what really matters: getting her uncle off her throne.

Through assassinations and massacres, in bedrooms and war rooms, Touraine and Luca will haggle over the price of a nation. But some things aren't for sale.

Yes & I Love You (Say Everything, #1)

Everyone knows Miz Poppy, the vibrant reviewer whose commentary brightens the New Orleans nightlife. But no one knows Hollyn, the real face behind the media staror the fear that keeps her isolated. When her boss tells her she needs to add video to her blog or lose her job, she's forced to rely on an unexpected source to help her face her fears.

When aspiring actor Jasper Deares finds out the shy woman who orders coffee every day is actually Miz Poppy, he realizes he has a golden opportunity to get the media attention his acting career needs. All he has to do is help Hollyn come out of her shell…and through their growing connection, finally find her voice.

A beautifully emotional new contemporary romance from New York Times and USA Today bestseller Roni Loren.

Victor: Her Ruthless Crush (Ruthless Triad, #1)

Victor.

No last name. Totally mysterious. He doesn't talk. He's insanely hot. And nowI'm supposed to be spending every Thursday with him???

When my dad asked me to tutor the son of an important business associate, I thought I was agreeing to teach a little kid.

Victor's definitely not a kid. In fact, it's hard to believe we're even the same age. He's way powerful than any boy I've ever met.

Also, way intense. He stares at me in this weird way. It almost feels like obsession.

But there's no way he could be attracted to me like I'm attracted to him. I'm just an overweight nerd with secret dreams I've never dared to tell anyone.

Until him.

I tell him all of my secrets.

But will I be able to handle it when I find out all of his?

A History of Scars: A Memoir

From a writer whose work has been called “breathtaking and dazzling” by Roxane Gay, this moving, illuminating, and multifaceted memoir explores, in a series of essays, the emotional scars we carry when dealing with mental and physical illnesses—reminiscent of The Collected Schizophrenias and An Unquiet Mind. In this stunning debut, Laura Lee weaves unforgettable and eye opening essays on a variety of taboo topics. In “History of Scars” and “Aluminum’s Erosions,” Laura dives head first into heavier themes revolving around intimacy, sexuality, trauma, mental illness, and the passage of time. In “Poetry of the World,” Laura shifts and addresses the grief she feels by being geographically distant from her mother whom, after being diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s, is relocated to a nursing home in Korea. Through the vivid imagery of mountain climbing, cooking, studying writing, and growing up Korean American, Lee explores the legacy of trauma on a young queer child of immigrants as she reconciles the disparate pieces of existence that make her whole. By tapping into her own personal, emotional, and psychological struggles in these powerful and relatable essays, Lee encourages all of us to not be afraid to face our own hardships and inner truths.

Feelings: A Story in Seasons

A gorgeous visual journey through one young woman's year of emotions from the saturated highs of early summer to the grey isolation of late winter.

Enter Manjit Thapp's world, where you'll find moods that change as quickly as the weather; the different shades of anxiety and hope that each new season brings; and the stages of joy and pain that fuel our growth. From the spark of possibility and jolt of creativity in High Summer, to the need for release from anxiety and pressure during Monsoon, to the desolation and numbness of Winter, Thapp implores us to consider the seasons of our own emotional journeys.

Articulating and validating the range of feelings we all experience, this is a book that allows us to feel connected and comforted by the experiences that make us human.

Distorted (Alabaster Penitentiary, #1)


This is Alabaster Penitentiary…

Where they send you when the world thinks you’re dead. And trust me, you’ll wish you were.
We’re the stain on society. The freaks, the creeps, your favorite Netflix documentaries come to life.
They lock us up and throw away the key, because we deserve it.
But not me. I’m just a lowly bank robber. I don’t belong here, surrounded by psychopaths and killers with no remorse… At least, I don’t think I do.
Getting by unscathed is my top priority. Unfortunately for me and my fellow prisoners, those in charge are dangerous than we are.
You see, the guards run the show, and I seem to have caught the attention of the most twisted one.
He has a name, but it might as well be Officer. We move around one another like a sun and a moon, revolving in an axis of confused lust and torment until the truth is distorted, and the thing I once feared becomes that which I crave; my vile addiction, somehow so exquisite.

Reality warps in the dungeon, and I’m left wondering which prison is worse… the one holding my body, or my mind.




*DO NOT READ OR POST SPOILERS! I am begging you to think of your fellow readers, in your reviews, your posts… everywhere. Revealing plot twists is a dick move. And I promise, it’ll be fun to go in blind.

**Distorted is the first book in the Alabaster Penitentiary series. It is a full M/M romance, with HEA. Each book in this series is technically a standalone, though they are interconnected, so it will be recommended to read in order, as references to this story will be made in future books.

Distorted is intended for mature audiences and open minded readers ONLY! If you prefer the same old story, this book won’t be for you. This story is dark, probably darker for some than others, so please proceed with caution, and if you’re easily triggered, steer clear.


You’ve been warned.

What to Say Next: Successful Communication in Work, Life, and Love—with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Using her personal experience living as a professional woman with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sarah Nannery, together with her husband, Larry, offers this timely communication guide for anyone on the Autism spectrum looking to successfully navigate work, life, and love. When Sarah Nannery got her first job at a small nonprofit, she thought she knew exactly what it would take to advance. But soon she realized that even with hard work and conscientiousness, she was missing key meanings and messages embedded in her colleagues’ everyday requests, feedback, and praise. She had long realized her brain operated differently than others, but now she knew for sure: she had Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With help from her neurotypical partner—now husband—Larry, mostly in frantic IM chats, Sarah rose to Director of Development at one of the world’s largest nonprofits. Together they have tackled challenges in how Sarah navigates personal and professional relationships, how they navigate marriage and parenthood, all of which are differently challenging for someone with ASD. But she wonders, at times, how life would be different if she’d had to figure it all out herself. So, in What to Say Next, she offers advice, empathy, and straightforward strategies from her own tool kit—not only for others who see the world differently, but for their families, partners and colleagues. In What to Say Next, Sarah breaks down everyday situations—the chat in the break room, the last minute meeting, the unexpected run in—in granular detail, explaining not only how to understand the goals of others, but also how to frame your own. Larry adds his thoughts from a neurotypical perspective, sharing what was going on in his brain and how he learned to listen and enlighten, while supporting and maintaining Sarah’s voice. At a time when and people are being diagnosed with ASD—especially women and girls—this book tells important truths about what it takes to make it in a neurotypical world, and still be true to yourself.

My True Love (The Steeles at Silver Island, #2)

Can a man who resents the hand he’s been dealt and a woman who spends her days grateful for every little thing find true love in each other’s arms—or are their differences stronger than both of them? Find out in this funny, sexy, heartfelt romance, and fall in love with Grant and Jules on the sandy shores of Silver Island, home to coffee shops, boat races, and midnight rendezvous. My True Love is a USA Today Bestseller.

Even war heroes need a little help sometimes
After spending years fighting for his country and too damn long learning to navigate life with a prosthetic leg, Grant Silver returns to Silver Island to figure out a future he couldn’t fathom without fatigues and a gun in his hand. He’d almost forgotten how a man could suffocate from the warmth and caring community in which he’d grown up, and if that weren’t bad enough, his buddies’ beautiful and far too chipper younger sister won’t stop flitting into his life, trying to sprinkle happy dust everywhere she goes.

As a cancer survivor, Jules Steele knows better than to count on seeing tomorrow. She doesn't take a single moment for granted, and she isn’t about to let a man who used to be charming and full of life waste the future he’s been blessed with. She's determined to get through to him, even if it takes a few steamy kisses

The Secret Life of Kitty Granger

It's 1967, and Kitty Granger is about to accidentally become a spy. A working class girl from London's East End who today would be recognized as autistic, she's spent sixteen years hiding her peculiarities from the world. But after her hyper awareness helps her survive a chance encounter with a Russian spy ring, two British secret agents offer her a job.

Kitty's first mission draws her into a fascist conspiracy led by a prominent politician who's also an unreformed Nazi sympathizer. With help from her team, Kitty must use her wits, training, and instincts to get out alive. And she might as well save the country while she's at it.

Aftermath (Vino & Veritas, #5)

Brent Weyland was the life of the party until an injury ended his hockey career. Now he’s retreated alone to a lakefront house, trying to make sense of a life and body that don’t feel like his any.

Jon Norquist was happily married right up until he wasn’t. Now a single father in his forties, he’s trying to figure out what comes next. In the meantime, he pours his heartache and regret into the lyrics he sings for the wine bar crowd a couple of nights a week.

When a friend coaxes Brent out for a night of wine and music, he puts Brent and Jon on a collision course. Their chemistry is instantaneous. Jon gives Brent’s battered body a much needed remedial lesson in pleasure. And Brent gives Jon a reason to smile again.

Multiple reasons, actually. Neither man wants anything serious, but love has a habit of showing up whether it’s welcome or not. No matter how hard they try, the two can’t help having feelings for each other, even as life continues to throw them curveballs.

But they’ve both got baggage to unpack and hurt to move past, and if they can’t leave their pasts in the past, they might just miss out on an amazing future.

The One That Got Away


Someone is following me. I’m not imagining it. I’m not crazy.


Charlie Falkingham is convinced someone is after him. There are signs. There are clues, but no one believes him. After living through a childhood horror, Charlie suffers from a severe paranoia disorder, among many things, and the Hamilton Police have labeled him The Boy Who Cried Wolf.

When the only person on the force who ever listened to Charlie’s concerns retires, who can Charlie reach out to for help?

Arrogant and young, Officer Takoda Dyani has a chip on his shoulder a mile wide. He’s rude and brash and doesn’t play well with others. He has enemies than friends, and he doesn’t care. When his senior officer assigns him to be Charlie’s consultant, Takoda knows it will end badly. He doesn’t have time to coddle a prissy rich boy.

However, if he can’t calm Charlie’s paranoid delusions and act civil for once, he’ll lose his job.

But are they delusions?

The longer he knows Charlie, the Takoda realizes, something isn’t right.

Is someone stalking Charlie, or is Takoda getting too wrapped up in Charlie’s fragile world?

**The One That Got Away is an MM psychological romantic suspense. Triggers for severe anxiety and panic disorder, OCD, dissociative episodes, PTSD. The plot line includes a reference to a past child kidnapping and sex trafficking incident. The details of the sex trafficking are NOT discussed in any detail.**

Shift of Morals (Kingdom of Wolves, #5)

I found him when he was a boy.
Bloody. Mangled. Near death.
If I’d been a merciful alpha, I would’ve snapped his neck and ended him right then.

Except, I didn’t.
Something in his big brown eyes tugged at my heart strings.
I kept him. Healed him. Raised him to be fierce, loyal, and brave.

Now that he’s an adult, everything’s changing.
He’s no longer the soft, scared beta I once thought he was.
No, there’s an uncontrollable anger inside him.
A rage filled hate I don’t understand.

As a dangerous pack begins tormenting us and destroying our home, I feel him pulling from me as he seeks justice.
He thirsts for revenge, even if it means leaving our pack and going solo.
But, as his alpha, I won’t let him go without a fight.

Each time he pushes, I pull him right back to me.
I’ll keep him locked in my arms or pinned beneath me forever if that’s what it takes to keep him.
A shift of morals has begun.
One I don’t understand, but certainly don’t resist.

I’m the most powerful wolf on Beacon Island. I don’t have weaknesses.
Until now.
This wild, reckless young man changed everything when he stole my heart.

This book is a steamy standalone MM age gap shifter romance. No other books need to be read before or after this one as it is a complete story.

***This is the fifth book to release in the Kingdom of Wolves collection but is a COMPLETE STANDALONE. It’s meant to be read on its own and is a full story with a happily ever after.***

The Many Mysteries of the Finkel Family

Fans of the Penderwicks and the Vanderbeekers, meet the Finkel family in this middle grade novel about two autistic sisters, their detective agency, and life's most consequential mysteries.

When twelve year old Lara Finkel starts her very own detective agency, FIASCCO (Finkel Investigation Agency Solving Consequential Crimes Only), she does not want her sister, Caroline, involved. She and Caroline don't have to do everything together. But Caroline won't give up, and when she brings Lara the firm's first mystery, Lara relents, and the questions start piling up.

But Lara and Caroline’s truce doesn’t last for long. Caroline normally uses her tablet to talk, but now she's busily texting a new friend. Lara can't figure out what the two of them are up to, but it can't be good. And Caroline doesn't like Lara's snooping—she's supposed to be solving other people's crimes, not spying on Caroline! As FIASCCO and the Finkel family mysteries spin out of control, can Caroline and Lara find a way to be friends again?

You Are Enough: A Book About Inclusion

A beautiful and inclusive picture book all about celebrating being yourself from Down syndrome advocate and viral sensation Sofia Sanchez!It can be hard to be different whether because of how you look, where you live, or what you can or can't do. But wouldn't it be boring if we were all the same? Being different is great! Being different is what makes you YOU.This inclusive and empowering picture book from Sofia Sanchez an 11 year old model and actress with Down syndrome reminds readers how important it is to embrace your differences, be confident, and be proud of who you are. Imagine all of the wonderful things you can do if you don't let anyone stop you! You are enough just how you are. Sofia is unique, but her message is universal: We all belong. So each spread features beautiful, full color illustrations of a full cast of kid characters with all kinds of backgrounds, experiences, and abilities.This book also includes back matter with a brief bio of Sofia and her journey so far, as well as additional information about Down syndrome and how we can all be accepting, inclusive, and kind.



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In the Beginning iRes sleep s house themages of her retreat through childhood and Of Love and Life into young adulthood from the daylight world of objectivitynto her own The Wreck of the Medusa interior dreamworldThe book has all of the beauties and difficulties of dreaming and madness I guess It s alluring most of the time and startling occasionally It s originality draws youn but of course doesn t uite hold your attention the same way that a traditional narrative does So whether ts our fault from being trained to appreciate standard narrative techniue through familiarity or because dream logic texts disjointed seuential mages and free associations actually aren t as compelling as straight narrative Catwoman (DC Icons, it s just harder to follow than a traditional story It s a little tougher to stay engaged for the duration So the odd charms but also by defying logic contributes toward entropy than cohesionn the long run However at a mere 190 pages I was still nterested and enjoying Sleep Has His House up to ts conclusion even All Things Made New if the very nature of the text encourages one s mind to wander somewhatKavan s beautiful and terse descriptive prose styles fabulous throughout helping to hold the different dream narratives together stylistically Also the short seemingly autobiographical Words Fail Us introductions to each dream narrative help to frame themnto something slightly traditionally logicalcoherent While this could be something of a betrayal of the surrealist credo I think Tomb Raider it helped here So we re not actually as the authorial voice seems to be utterly lockednto the house of sleep Rather we re peeking An Honorable Defeat in through a window watching the narrator disappear out of the sunlight deeper and deepernto that dark house of her personal dreams and nightmares Because of my fear that the daytime world would become real I had to establish reality The Groundnut Cookbook in another place Holy fuck There s really no way to begin to write about this book rathert must be experienced on ts own terms n the nighttime logic Kavan employs to render the visions and logic of dreams The Gates of Europe in prose thats as erudite and learned as t s nightmarish and downright bizarreTo call Kavan s style Claiming the Enemy (Porter Brothers Trilogy, in Sleep Has His House surreals to miss the mark As Kavan herself states n a ntroductory passage to the text No The Hero Pup interpretations needed of the language we have all been speaking since childhood and After the Ice in our dreams Themages scenes confusions and even the melancholy found Super Grandma and Super Grandpa (The Unknown Superheroes in the narrator B s rejection of the world of light and all thatt entails Murder in Mind is familiar to all writers and certainly to all dreamers The dream closesn to the central dead spotKavan clarifies that for the sake of unity a few words before each section The World in Winter indicate the corresponding eventsn terms of real temporal time And these The Asylum intercalary chapters are so eerily reminiscent notn their tone or treatment but Trick (Foolish Kingdoms, in their almost predictable and perfect placement of thentercalary chapters The Road He Travelled in Virginia Woolf s The Waves as they make the two texts companion shadow pieces of sorts Whereas Woolfs concerned with plumbing the depths of consciousness of six main characters eventually absorbing all of these moments of being replete with The Sea Garden images sense perceptions and subjectivized linguistic nuances Kavan goes even deeper Focusing on B rather than a wider chorus of characters as does Woolf Kavan s worlds already hermetic Introducing the Ancient Greeks indeedn eschewing all light and concentrating The Student Cookbook instead on the darkness and the logic even a pitch black room holds for anndividual s conscious connections allows her to descend several layers below the unconsciousnesses for which Woolf s own text Torpedo Run is so highly praised But Kavan s deep unconsciousnesss not one of pure despair nor are the The Driver images and temporal connections so subjective to prevent the reader entrancento this world of shadows and utter darkness Because we all share this language we have been speaking since childhood and n our dreams the connections become clearer as the reader works to patch together the at times overload of senses with which Kavan bombards or her In

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the logic of the which she s concerned Silent Witnesses is one thats deeply familiar one that The Hawthorn Crown (The Changeling, is hardly uncanny despite howt might feel upon first reading Sleep and stumbling over the opening sectionsThe most rewarding part of Kavan s prose The Past is Myself The Road Ahead Omnibus is her uniue ability to blend reality and fantasy truth and fiction and the public and the personal While Sleep Has His House can be and likely has been read as a private document toonsular to be deciphered by a reader I would counter this rather strongly However like Woolf s The Waves Kavan s Sleep The Common Years is a work that reuires a familiarity with her prior work style treatment and especially ast evolved over time to the subjectivized and almost The Valkyrie Song (Jan Fabel, inverted world one seesn books like Ice but which are shattered even Inishowen in works like Sleep We know a lot about Freud snfluence on Woolf s life and work and The Waves slow descent The Other Side of the Coyne into several layers of consciousness andts focus on deep unconsciousness Zombacter is one meagre testament to that debt Kavan does reference Woolf s Orlando oncen Sleep Has His House making the connection between the two seem a valid one to draw here Kavan also appears to know her Freud although perhaps from the wrong side of the couch which La muñeca asesina is not to saynsights cannot be offered by the analysand any than they can by the analyst and Risking It All if Freud had lived I m certain he would have learned many a thing about the unconscious andts many levels subjectivized sensory perceptions and how these can somehow be shared or *at least understood by ndividuals from entirely different *least understood by ndividuals from entirely different and the formative years of childhood from a book like Kavan sWe are often scared of examining the depths but with the right guides eg Dante s Virgil guiding the way through the Inferno we have many lessons to learn about ourselves and the dark world we tend to gnore whether out of fear anxiety trepidation or because we have been conditioned to think that the world of light s the only one that matters Explore the depths then do not be afraid of the darkness You will remain The Monuments Men by Robert Edsel - A 30-minute Chapter-by-Chapter Summary intact albeit changedrrevocably survivor of all voyages and situations I The I will survive The Complete Idiots Guide to Buying Foreclosures if you trustn Kavan s journey as well we all should. Sharpened or decoded by contemplation Asian Bites in the dark Revealing that side of life whichs never seen by the waking eye but which dreams and drugs can suddenly emphasize this startling discovery illustrates how these nighttime lluminations reveal the narrator's joy for the living wor. Sleep Has His House Peter Owen Modern Classic

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A very old friend that I have never let go Life s tension declares the author s Foreword starting this book which above all justifies Kavan s reputation as a powerful and uniue voice A semi autobiographical dream voyage told n a startlingly cinematic style Avengers it would be excellent material for a David Lynch film already being close to a literary version of Inland Empire with some extraordinarymages and scenes such as the Pythonesue Liaison Officer the ballet performance and the tale of the manikin Professor There s no whimsy here written n 1948 American Prince it also shows a clear awareness of concentration camps nuclear war political repression and the potential for a surveillance state spurious and manipulated rebellion propaganda and total war The writings taut and propulsive running through a kaliedoscope of demented surrealist newsreel predating some of French experimentalists of the 50s In conclusion one of the greatest novels you ve never heard of Described as a memoir Sleep Has His House charts a loosely connected course through dream time The Devouring (The Devouring, in order to tell the story of ansolated childhood and adolescence leading nto a full scale retreat from society In between the dream seuences are straightforward bits of prose that help to maintain the tenuous chronology There are also recurring characters ncluding Kavan s mother that serve as anchors within the dream textsI read most of this book on a series of nights lying The Campaign for Domestic Happiness in bed as sleep slowly curlednto my consciousness I think this affected my reading of the book to the point where I didn t want to pick Il tesoro di Gengis Khan (Le avventure di Dirk Pitt, it upn daylight I also think t enriched my dreams although I did not specifically dream of the book But I did experience something new n one dream The Complete Idiots Guide to Fondues and Hot Dips in speaking to someone I made a reference to a place I have only been ton my dreams to my knowledge Aloha Rodeo it does not existn waking life I woke the next morning elatedThis book s said to be a Surrealist experiment although I don t think Kavan dentified herself with Surrealism To me labeling All aboard the Ninky Nonk! it as such cheapens Kavan s achievement I thinkt s better to approach the book without any preconceived notions Consider reading The Lady and the Peacock it at night as your eyes slowly begin to close and you loiter at the edge of dream life A progressive withdrawal from the outside world from sun and reality from the true as accepted by consensus A retreatnto oneself away from a comforting ersatz reality repeatedly rejected as unreal a duplicitous truth tarnished by tendrils of harsh falsity a retreat Another Mothers Love into a darkenednner womb world tomb world which for this troubled brilliant writer voice seems to contain much personal truth than that beyond Or THE AGE OF ARTHUR: WARFARE IN THE BRITISH DARK AGES, 400 AD - 800 AD: WARHAMMER HISTORICAL. is the self as deceptive as the otherOh Anna Kavans this as they say your murk shaded memoir of a childhood of resistance against the sun blind day you were pointed Three by Atiq Rahimi into by rough authoritative hands Or a novel of the welcome embrace of madness that stands justnside the threshhold of genius Your surrealist paint smears of recollection and dream reformed The Witchs Kind into a new narrative of determined escape Or an essay on the dangers of two universes that struggle constantly for dominationn each of us without and within Is the bright and sun burned plaza or the noirest of under cellars the guilty of obfuscationAs The Galapagos Affair impossible prose thiss magnificent and even at
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most delirious there seems outside attachment Rome Sweet Rome imposition to givet meaning It s a slippery half seen meaning yes one that I *Find Myself Continually In Struggle With Kavan *myself continually Tales From Nature in struggle with Kavan meaning thats a fight to keep hold of against her continuous receding receding receding back along those shaded Blood Rites (The Dresden Files, interior horizons without end But I can feel the significance that lurks here anyway the burningly real precarious asts position may become And so this stands with Kavan s even finer Ice I am sucker for Goalie Interference (1Night Stand its plotting and glacialmagery as example of the kind of surrealism whose reeling The Lights of Manchester insanity never reels entirely beyond the pale of some kind of half felt or often fully felt urgent purpose And so keep retreating Anna I can still see you see you see you I was tempted to give only 3 stars as I can t sayt was a novel that floored me But seeing as I read The Reconstructionist it with a tired flickering world filled mind this lack of a strong connection may have been my fault than hers Beautifully written as one would expect from Kavan and emotionally rich I just thinkt The Dollmakers Daughters is one of those works where one needs to ben the right place to receive Il it More poetry than prose this memoirs like tasting wine for the first time as a teenager acrid dangerous and addictive I don t know The Missing ift s for everyone but Health Policy Analysis it was definitely for me If you too know exactly what Kavan meansf the following passage resonates with you you will love Sleep Has His House I think this s probably the most mportant passage of the book as the rest of the book has strings of this theme woven throughout In time I found out what t was that the rain whispered I learned from the rain how to work the magic and then I stopped feeling lonely I learnt to *know the house n the night way of mice and spiders I learnt to read the geography of * the house Operatie oranje woensdag in the night way of mice and spiders I learnt to read the geography of house bones Invisible and unheard I scampered down secret tunnels beneath the floorboards and walked a tightrope webbing among the beams After that I never wished for other children to play with I transmuted flat daylightnto my night time magic and privately made for myself a world out of spells and whispers Somewhere online I saw Kavan compared to Kafka and I would very much agree with the comparison to my favourite author not a thing I do easily The Mouse-Proof Kitchen in terms of content that dark dreamy world of chaos and sin andmprisonment Don t think I m weird but I d draw comparisons to the unexpected unconventional logic of Hayao Miyazaki s movies too specifically Howl s Moving Castle the atmosphere Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success is reminiscent somehowStylistically KavanKafka are uite different though Kafka minces his words and throws them at you like tiny darts until his denouements where he drops atom bombs on you Kavans dreamy drifty languid lyrical She takes her time building the suspense and pulling you along through the dark water directing the blurry nonsensical ocean current n wh. A classic later novel by Anna Kavan A largely autobiographical account of an unhappy childhood this daring synthesis of memoir and surrealist experimentation chronicles the subject's gradual withdrawal from the daylight world of received reality Brief flashes of daily experience from. ,

Ich you are trapped She also has a way of using certain words n unexpected ways that make utter sense Antiue rain falls Bloody Seoul in her world and you know at once what she means And Tale of Genji references Eeeeeeee The stars have thrown their spears down and departed There seems to be nothing except primordial chaos outside the window Utterly still utterly alone I watch the darkness flowernto transient symbols And now there Migritude is danger somewhere a slow padded beat like cushioned paws softly approaching What an ominous sound thats to hear The Color Purple in the night p9Sleep Has His Houses an extraordinary book one that defies description or at least Truth and Nothing But it defies my powers of description It s a fusion of novel memoir and literary experiment On the back cover of my copyt s said to have startled with Negotiate the best deal its strangenessn 1948 t s no less startling or strange n 2020 though t s gratifying to know that t s now regarded as one of Kavan s best having been poorly reviewed on publication The narrative One from None is largely composed of surreal dream scenes they are structured around the by all accounts somewhat autobiographical story of a girl known as B Sometimes writingn first person and sometimes observed B relates her conviction that human existence Im Afraid of Men is divided between the day world and the mysterious language of the night As the day to day experience of her childhood becomes difficult B retreatsnto what she calls the night world or nightland I had to prevent the day world from becoming real she tells us I waited all through the day for the moment of going home to my night world This dark fantastical space represents an escape from the Reforesting Faith isolation B enduresn her daily lifeAt school and at home Peggy Deans Guide to Nature Drawing and Watercolor it was the same I was alone This I accepted and knewt would always be so wherever I went and whatever happened to me There was no place for me Foursome in the day world My home wasn darkness and my companions were shadows beckoning from a glass p101Sleep Has His House Corduroys Garden is a feast of language Glance at any page and you will find a sentence or phrase uniuen What Is the Story of Scooby-Doo? its beauty The descending swell burns translucent livid swaths of light fall asf cut by a scythe Reflections from silverware create smothered prismatic gleams through the gap between curtains a small moon uizzes coldly a figure beckons from the sapphire recessive night and a huge spectral white owl with lambent eyes glides overhead Rarely have I encountered such painterly descriptions such vivid powerful My Father Left Me Ireland imagesThe pre realist fantasia opens upn an nchoate sort of Marie Laurencin dream of delicate tints No form to speak of Just a pearly billowing and subsiding of fondant chromatics p28A sombre landscape eventuates worked out n blacks and greys and the very gloomiest shades of viridian A scowling sky ominous mountains water cold still and solid looking as Stumbling Giants ice trackless fir forests the fine spray from the gigantic waterfalls fuming slowly like ectoplasm p79Bs often portrayed calmly reading a book In some scenes she sits and reads uietly as the story of creation unfolds around her as the monstrous efflorescence of the universe burgeons Here the backdrops are evocative not just of art but of cinema of the kind of visual effects Sabrina Corina impossible at the time Kavan was writingThere s a split second s glimpse of the vast sad blackness ofnfinity before the perfectly bare void Anabella Giggles All Night! (Annabella is spattered by this glittering exsurgence this bursting fountain of moleculesnstantly crystallizing to seuins of differing size the stars roar past like stratoliners to destinations not checked Patient Safety Ethics in uadrillions the thunderous revving of the cosmic machines settles to the steady beat of eternity p31The eyes checking a record of silence space a nightmare every horror of this world Fat in the Fifties ints frigid and blank neutrality The actual scope of *its orbit depends on the ndividual concept of * orbit depends on the ndividual concept of but approximate symbols are suggested Brides, Mourners, Bacchae in long roving perspectives of ocean black swelledn slow undulation each whaleback swell plated Born to Run in armour hard brilliance with the moonlight clanking alongt the endless aimless nameless shoreline flat bald white sand unbroken black tree palisade the heavy and horrid eternal onrush of breakers suddenly exploding their madness of futile power millions of mad tons piling booming collapsing swirling After the Flood in chain mail mosaic of mad moon splinters blanched mountain range a ridge of clenched knucklebones p89I think the above might be my favourite passage from the book and also seems so perfectly representative oft the rich beauty of the description set against the bleak mages t relates the overpowering sense of desolation of lonelinessYet as you can see from the above depends on the The Three Coffins (Dr. Gideon Fell, individual concept of desolation Sleep Has His House possesses a sense of humour of sorts Its sometimes sardonic sometimes absurd remember a whatsit s whatsit may depend on your whatsit and some of what was presumably Generic intended as near nonsense an expression of the limitless possibilities of the nightland now seems oddly prescient the radio announces various kinds of truth to suit every listener I have sometimes found Kavan s short stories tough to getnto and have wondered whether I would ever recapture the sense of amazement I felt when I read Ice for the first time Sleep Has His House brought that feeling back and reminded me of everything I found so utterly entrancing about Ice This Campus Sexual Assault is the sort of writing that leaves me reelingTinyLetter UpdateThis definitely benefited from a second reading I can t dot justiceOriginal commentsThis probably wasn t the best time to attempt something so dense I haven t been able to *concentrate on anything latelyBut I love Anna Kavan Without her I d feel very alone n the world I *on anything latelyBut I love Anna Kavan Without her I d feel very alone n the world I have to reread this when I can read Bioinformatics Methods it properlyI still think Ices her masterpiece Morpheus the Greek god of sleep gave his name to the drug Anna Kavan long worshiped And despite the obvious dangers the drug threatens to one s health What Doesn't Kill Us: how freezing water, extreme altitude, and environmental conditioning will renew our lost evolutionary strength it s not difficult to see whyt s effects tied as they are to sleep dreaming and The Impossible Climb imagination have long been alluring to artists from De uincey to Trocchi Holiday to Hendrix Reed to Cobain In thisnteresting experimental suite of prose pieces Kavan explo. Childhood adolescence and youth are described Magic in the Air in what is defined as nighttime language a heightened decorative prose that frees these events from their gloomy associationsThe novel suggests we have all spoken this dialectn childhood and n our dreams but these thoughts can only be. ,

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