Note: I copied and pasted my review from my GoodReads account.
Thank you to Switch Press, via Netgalley for allowing me to read Love & Profanity for free in exchange for an honest review.
Here are more than forty short, brilliant, and unforgettable true stories from writers famous and on-the-rise. Here is the intensity of daily life. Here are transformative moments arising from the mundane. Here are strange and surprising tales that tap into universal truths. Here are teenagers in full splendor and horror. Here they are, bursting with love and profanity.
*I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.*
I have to say, I only got about 30-ish pages in, and I had to call it quits. This book is a collection of stories from different authors, all of which – to my understanding – has written out their very real romantic life stories. And honestly, they were putting me to sleep. I had to stop reading because this book was just so boring. From what I read, there just isn’t any pizazz involved in any of the stories.
This was a great idea, and Im sure that many people might like it, but for me, Love & Profanity was a miss.
Thanks for reading!
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