unlock your storybook heart review

Summary (from the publisher):
“life is not something that can be experienced on a deadline.”

amanda lovelace, the bestselling & award-winning author of the “women are some kind of magic” poetry series, presents unlock your storybook heart, the third & final installment in her feminist poetry series, “you are your own fairy tale.” this is a collection about being so caught up in the fable that is perfectionism that you miss out on your own life. be honest: when was the last time you stopped to take in the everyday enchantment all around you?

My Rating: 4/5 Stars 

My Thoughts:

Poetry isn’t my first reading choice, but if there’s one poet that I am ALWAYS ready for a new collection from, it’s amanda lovelace! I have loved so much of her collections & series, from break your glass slippers to shine your icy crown to her latest collection, unlock your storybook heart.

The third & final installment in the You Are Your Own Fairy Tale series, this beauty & the beast inspired poetry collection screams bookishness. This is one of my favorite poetry collections from amanda lovelace. I love using page tabs to mark my favorite poems and nearly all my tabbed pages in this collection had to do with books & reading. My favorite poem was hands-down “her book say.” Like amanda lovelace’s other collections, this collection explores family relationships (tw death of a loved one), romance, sexuality, self-love, and relationships. unlock your storybook heart especially focused on self-love & care and making the most out of life & love. 

Overall, I enjoyed unlock your storybook heart for its bookishness, and as always, I look forward to what amanda lovelace publishes next. 

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for review. By no means did receiving this ARC affect my thoughts or opinions. 

Is unlock your storybook heart on your TBR? Have you read any of amanda lovelace’s poetry collections? Share in the comments!

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