Blog Tour Stop! Silver Spoons: One’s Journey Through Addiction By Sarah Dickinson

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Synopsis for Silver Spoons

Silver Spoons: One’s Journey Through Addiction takes an intimate and raw look at the current face of addiction and recovery. Talking about the current opioid epidemic, we follow a young couple while one of them goes through the recovery process. Told through letters, we get an understanding of their relationship as it struggles through his addiction and resulting recovery. From detox, rehab, sober living and the 12 steps of A.A, you get a raw and honest look at the effects of addiction and how they affect relationships.

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Review on Silver Spoons

I personally loved this book.  I know a few people who are recovering addicts and I see what a tough world they live in.  Families have been torn apart, friends are no longer friends, loss of jobs, threats to relationships, the list just goes on.  While reading the book, I have flashbacks of my friends when they were recovering, and I just felt that much closer to the book.  If you are a friend/relative of someone who is recovering, pick up the book.  If you don’t, I would still suggest picking up the book.  It will open your eyes.

About Sarah Dickinson

Sarah Dickinson is a lifelong resident in beautiful upstate New York. Mother of two amazing daughters and three equally awesome rescue dogs, she is the author of Silver Spoons: One’s Journey ThroughAddiction. She currently attends college and is in the midst of switching careers. When she isn’t doing it all, she reads comic books, blogs, and takes weekend getaways.

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New Release! Reality’s Illusion by Stephanie Walls

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Synopsis for Reality’s Illusion

Relationships are ugly, dark—destructive.

They aren’t fairy tales.

No happily ever after neatly wrapped in a shiny bow or sparkling diamond with a heartfelt engagement.

And in their end, love was nothing but a beautiful lie told to hide the ugly truth.

This is reality’s illusion.

Review for Reality’s Illusion

I personally loved this book.  It was raw.  It had all the feels of a dark book such as this.  If you want a book that will hold you hostage, and possibly make you ugly cry from past experience, or just want something dark yet beautiful, this is the book for you.  You will not regret it!

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