Sarah Selland is now the official model of my poetry, prose, and quotes collection I Am The Architect of My Own Destruction 💙
You can purchase a copy now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1721578641 💙
You can purchase I Am The Architect of My Own Destruction on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1721578641 ✿
For those who feel suicidal, alone, destructive, broken, tired, lost, depressed, existential anxiety, pessimistic, detached from reality, sadly in love and the meaninglessness of human existence. This book is for you and me and for everyone who’s searching for survival, healing, recovery, and understanding.
I hope this poetry collection gives you the hope that you deserve. I hope this poetry collection brings out the dreamer that’s within your tender soul. I hope this poetry collection touches your heart in some way and encourage you to live your life despite the suffering because suicide is not a choice and there’s nothing selfish about wanting to end everything and all I’m simply saying is that you deserve to be okay and sometimes that’s better than happiness.
Truthfully, I myself am not yet completely recovered, and I still feel suicidal sometimes, and it’s a very dark place to be in and I want you to know that I created this collection inside that very dark place and I still want to live because I choose to believe that I am loved even if I don’t matter much at all as a person. I choose to believe that I am loved and that matters. 🙂
I Am The Architect of My Own Destruction is available on Amazon. For every review, I promise to dedicate a piece of writing to you. 🙂
You can purchase the book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1721578641 ❤
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I am deeply grateful for your support in this dark piece of my soul. 🙂
I wish you all hope, love, and healing. ✿
June 30, 2018. ✿ I will make it available for pre-order soon. Thank you so much for those who want to purchase this. 🙂 I’m going through a lot of pain right now, and this is the only thing that feels a little bit bright. So yeah, I am deeply thankful. ✿
Confessions of a Wallflower is my first poetry collection. I published this tender part of my soul when I was nineteen. I am 21 now, and a lot has changed for me. Confessions of a Wallflower is a really sad piece of literature but at the same time romantic, hopeful and deeply personal. It’s simply about surviving severe depression which until this day is not an easy task. Confessions of a Wallflower is really cheap for 300 pages, and it’s very easy to read. I only receive half a dollar for every person who chooses to purchase the book (it costs $9), and it’s not really about the money for me to be honest. It’s about something much greater like spreading hope because sometimes that’s the most powerful thing. So yeah this might be the last time I’ll promote Confessions of a Wallflower, and I suck at advertising or marketing or whatever. And if there’s only one thing I can say about this piece of literature, it’s this: it has been loved all over the world, and I am deeply grateful for everyone who has read it. The next collection I’ll be releasing soon will be very dark, simplistic and personal. I love you all. ✿
You can purchase Confessions of a Wallflower here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1542396859 ✿
I may retire Confessions of a Wallflower soon so get it while you still can. A much better collection will be self-published in June. Wishing you all hope, love, and healing. ✨
Happy National Poetry Month to you all. I’ve been feeling nothing lately like everything I do feels pointless which isn’t doing me any good. I’m currently in the process of creating my next collection which tackles about the loneliness of human existence and self-destruction, suicidal feelings, being in an unhealthy relationship, my mental illness and how I’m recovering through the art of mindfulness and overall it’s about finding hope and growth and stars and flowers and beauty and survival despite the meaningless of life and finding the meaning to my own suffering.
Confessions of a Wallflower isn’t a book that I’m entirely proud of, and maybe it’s because I write differently now compared to my 19-year-old self, but I’m still happy that I did create this book even if some parts of it makes me cringe at the here and now. I hope you consider purchasing it to support my life as a writer/poet as I pour my soul in creating my next collection.
To the hundreds who have read, I am deeply grateful. ❤ Love, Juansen. ✿