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Nya

I’m an avid reader, a hobbyist writer, a professional designer, and I blog for fun!

I love mystery & thrillers, speculative fiction, non-fiction (business & design), and my guilty pleasure is chick-lit. I’ve created this blog to contradict my workaholic tendencies and talk about a non-work related passion of mine.

Natasha R. Robinson’s “Beautiful Disaster” is a tale of hope and self-love

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“Beautiful Disaster” is raw, real, and reader-centered.

Disclaimer: I’ve received a reader copy from the author, and this doesn’t influence my opinion or review.


Personal Experience:

Quote: 

“Healing is difficult. Not impossible.”

Who should read it? Anyone who wants to be inspired by a real-life journey of acceptance and self-love.

Would I recommend it? Yes.


Why “reader-centered”? Because even though “Beautiful Disaster” is a a real personal story, the way Natasha writes is still pretty much focused on you, the reader.

Natasha writes about her own journey with a clear purpose: inspiring and motivating others to learn how to accept and love themselves as well. It is not just about her, it’s about you too. And that’s beautiful.

The whole time I was reading “Beautiful Disaster“, it was as if I was in a company of a dear friend, reminding me of how amazing we all are, of how much love we have to give not only to others but to our own selves.

I loved the writing style. It’s simple and clear, and still creative and thought-provoking. In one word: raw.


Overall, genuine storytelling, real emotions, and transparency make the Beautiful Disaster an indeed “beautiful” piece of work.

Beautiful Disaster Natasha R Robinson

Beautiful Disaster (Inspire.Motivate.Love)
by Natasha R. Robinson 
Publication date: August 2018
Genre: Memoirs, Personal Transformation

Beautiful Disaster details the events that transformed Natasha from a broken-hearted girl, into a warrior. Between divorce and her struggles with self-love, she reached a level of hopelessness, she felt would be the end of her. 

Join Natasha on her journey of discovery, acceptance, and healing. Cry with her, struggle with her, grow with her, but above all, learn how to seek hope and love in your life.

 

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