The Witch Doesn't Burn In This One (Women are some kind of magic #2)

The Witch Doesn't Burn In This One (Women are some kind of magic #2)

2016 Goodreads Choice Award-winning poet Amanda Lovelace returns inthe witch doesn't burn in this one ? the boldsecond book in her "women are some kind of magic" series. The witch: supernaturally powerful, inscrutably independent, and now?indestructible. These moving, relatable poems encourage resilience and embolden women to take control of their own stories. Enemies tr 2016 Goodreads Choice Award-winning poet Amanda Lovelace returns inthe witch doesn't burn in this one ? th...

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Title:The Witch Doesn't Burn In This One (Women are some kind of magic #2)
Author:Amanda Lovelace
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The Witch Doesn't Burn In This One (Women are some kind of magic #2) Reviews

  • Cora ☕ Tea Party Princess
    Feb 08, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

  • Beatrice Masaluñga
    Feb 24, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

  • Roobie
    Feb 27, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

  • Jessica
    Mar 26, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

  • Lily ☁️
    Apr 21, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

    This was a emotional journey (as to be expected). But I really needed this right now. Experiencing healing is why I love the power of Modern Poetry. This was nothing less than amazing! ...

    I don't think I've ever reviewed a poem/poetry before... I didn't enjoy this one as much as I expected. Maybe this isn't just for me but that's weird because this is the kind of poetry I write myself- Free Verse and Narrative combined. There's just less rules with this kind of poetr...

    Sadly, this collection of poems was nowhere near as amazing as the reference Amanda Lovelace made in her dedication. (rtc) ?for the girl on fire. thank you for inspiring me to gently set the world alight. you may have a gown of flames, but those same flames run through my v...

  • Jennifer
    Apr 20, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

    This was a emotional journey (as to be expected). But I really needed this right now. Experiencing healing is why I love the power of Modern Poetry. This was nothing less than amazing! ...

    I don't think I've ever reviewed a poem/poetry before... I didn't enjoy this one as much as I expected. Maybe this isn't just for me but that's weird because this is the kind of poetry I write myself- Free Verse and Narrative combined. There's just less rules with this kind of poetr...

    Sadly, this collection of poems was nowhere near as amazing as the reference Amanda Lovelace made in her dedication. (rtc) ?for the girl on fire. thank you for inspiring me to gently set the world alight. you may have a gown of flames, but those same flames run through my v...

    *4.5* There were poems in here I didn't care for but I enjoyed this book of poetry and I'll definitely read anything else Amanda Lovelace writes. ...

  • Trista Mateer
    Oct 29, 2017

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

    This was a emotional journey (as to be expected). But I really needed this right now. Experiencing healing is why I love the power of Modern Poetry. This was nothing less than amazing! ...

    I don't think I've ever reviewed a poem/poetry before... I didn't enjoy this one as much as I expected. Maybe this isn't just for me but that's weird because this is the kind of poetry I write myself- Free Verse and Narrative combined. There's just less rules with this kind of poetr...

    Sadly, this collection of poems was nowhere near as amazing as the reference Amanda Lovelace made in her dedication. (rtc) ?for the girl on fire. thank you for inspiring me to gently set the world alight. you may have a gown of flames, but those same flames run through my v...

    *4.5* There were poems in here I didn't care for but I enjoyed this book of poetry and I'll definitely read anything else Amanda Lovelace writes. ...

    reading updates: I feel like I just got an entire TEDxTalk about loving myself and I?m not even mad. **I received this as an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.** I read this book throughout the entire month of February when usually i'd devour it. I h...

    where do i begin? this book has so much fire in it that i cannot contain myself. amanda does it again!! the witch doesn't burn in this one is the fiery book all women (girls included) should read. it is the book that we need right now. witch will empower you and welcome you back home w...

    In this liberating collection of poetry and prose, Amanda Lovelace taps into the suffering of our mothers and spares us none of the gory details. Writing from a place of anger and tenderness, she expertly crafts a coven you?ll want to be a part of. Lovelace?s The Witch Doesn?t Bu...

  • Alana • thebookishchick
    Mar 22, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

  • ⚔ Silvia ⚓
    Jan 14, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

  • Whitney Atkinson
    Jan 11, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

  • destiny ☠ howling libraries
    Jan 08, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

  • Sara M. Abudahab
    Apr 19, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

  • Mary
    Apr 27, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

  • Gretchen Gomez
    Mar 07, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

    This was a emotional journey (as to be expected). But I really needed this right now. Experiencing healing is why I love the power of Modern Poetry. This was nothing less than amazing! ...

    I don't think I've ever reviewed a poem/poetry before... I didn't enjoy this one as much as I expected. Maybe this isn't just for me but that's weird because this is the kind of poetry I write myself- Free Verse and Narrative combined. There's just less rules with this kind of poetr...

    Sadly, this collection of poems was nowhere near as amazing as the reference Amanda Lovelace made in her dedication. (rtc) ?for the girl on fire. thank you for inspiring me to gently set the world alight. you may have a gown of flames, but those same flames run through my v...

    *4.5* There were poems in here I didn't care for but I enjoyed this book of poetry and I'll definitely read anything else Amanda Lovelace writes. ...

    reading updates: I feel like I just got an entire TEDxTalk about loving myself and I?m not even mad. **I received this as an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.** I read this book throughout the entire month of February when usually i'd devour it. I h...

    where do i begin? this book has so much fire in it that i cannot contain myself. amanda does it again!! the witch doesn't burn in this one is the fiery book all women (girls included) should read. it is the book that we need right now. witch will empower you and welcome you back home w...

  • mylifeasannaidreading
    Jan 21, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

  • Nat
    Jan 11, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

  • Ishmeen
    Jan 20, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

  • Sonja ✧ Badass Wanderer ✧
    Apr 06, 2017

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

  • Grace
    Apr 08, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

    This was a emotional journey (as to be expected). But I really needed this right now. Experiencing healing is why I love the power of Modern Poetry. This was nothing less than amazing! ...

  • elena
    Mar 27, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

  • - ̗̀kippen ̖́-  (uponthepages)
    Feb 07, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

    This was a emotional journey (as to be expected). But I really needed this right now. Experiencing healing is why I love the power of Modern Poetry. This was nothing less than amazing! ...

    I don't think I've ever reviewed a poem/poetry before... I didn't enjoy this one as much as I expected. Maybe this isn't just for me but that's weird because this is the kind of poetry I write myself- Free Verse and Narrative combined. There's just less rules with this kind of poetr...

    Sadly, this collection of poems was nowhere near as amazing as the reference Amanda Lovelace made in her dedication. (rtc) ?for the girl on fire. thank you for inspiring me to gently set the world alight. you may have a gown of flames, but those same flames run through my v...

    *4.5* There were poems in here I didn't care for but I enjoyed this book of poetry and I'll definitely read anything else Amanda Lovelace writes. ...

    reading updates: I feel like I just got an entire TEDxTalk about loving myself and I?m not even mad. **I received this as an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.** I read this book throughout the entire month of February when usually i'd devour it. I h...

  • Jess
    Mar 20, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

  • Melissa Jennings
    Mar 09, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

  • lucie
    Mar 24, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

  • Schizanthus
    Mar 05, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

  • Lili  Marcus
    Mar 30, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...

    Just a friendly reminder Amanda: Feminism Isn't About Hating Men . As much as I like feminism and girl-power, I hate when this power is built upon hatred. This book contained a lot of hate toward men to the point where it made me think that the author was probably abused by a man o...

    empowering as fuck ? ...

    This was a emotional journey (as to be expected). But I really needed this right now. Experiencing healing is why I love the power of Modern Poetry. This was nothing less than amazing! ...

    I don't think I've ever reviewed a poem/poetry before... I didn't enjoy this one as much as I expected. Maybe this isn't just for me but that's weird because this is the kind of poetry I write myself- Free Verse and Narrative combined. There's just less rules with this kind of poetr...

  • Hajar
    Feb 12, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

  • ☽ MaryJane ✨
    Nov 08, 2017

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

  • Crystal
    Jan 12, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

  • Samantha
    Feb 09, 2018

    Picking up this poetry collection couldn't have come at a better time with having just read a book about powerful witches by Leslye Walton:The Price Guide to the Occult. I really took to heart Amanda Lovelace's The Princess Saves Herself in This Onefor its raw and honest take...

    You can find this review and more on my blog! #1: The Princess Saves Herself in this One ????? #2: The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One ????? i didn't come here to be civil. i didn't come here to sit you down with a mug of tea & a blueberry muffin t...

    I liked how in ?The Witch Doesn?t Burn in this One?, the author skilfully addressed some rather sensitive topics such as abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, trauma, death, murder, violence, menstruation, etc. Here?s the tricky thing about fire: it stays soft even whil...

    I went into this knowing it's not my favorite style of poetry, which is why i'm withholding a rating. As always, a great message for those first delving into poetry/feminism, but for some reason I just can't vibe with each poem's delivery. I will say that I enjoyed book one more than t...

    ? Warning - High Probability of Unpopular Opinions Ahead ? I?ve read Amanda Lovelace?s the witch doesn?t burn in this one twice now. I wasn?t familiar with Amanda?s poetry and was intrigued so read it immediately after I downloaded it. I had strong contradictory feeli...

    review from the first volume is still valid. Love these stories and lessons ...

    5 Words: Witch, femininity, sisterhood, fire, solidarity. What did I feel when reading this book? Lots of things. A lot of anger, a lot of pride, a lot of power. I had goosebumps up my arms and down my legs. I wanted to scream and rage and burn things. But in a good way. I ...

    EDIT: 22/3/18: I was informed that the author now identifies as non-binary and trans. However, the collection still contains the following problems. One experience of an identity should not erase others. I'm extremely disappointed in this poetry collection for numerous reasons: 1....

    ?ARC provided by Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review? this is an overdue love letter to each & every woman who walked these fields before me & made the path soft enough for me to walk through and get to the side they could never reach...

    Well friends, it?s safe to say, this one just didn?t do it for me. Poetry seems to be something that is very hit or miss with me. It is also is the genre that I find myself most intimidated by, however, I?ve really been trying to broaden my horizons in terms of what I?ll read. ...

    Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing for proving an ARC in exchange for an honest review. After my disappointment with the princess saves herself in this one, I crossed my fingers I'll like this more. Amanda Lovelace's newest poetry collection centers on feminism. Topic wise, it's go...

    This is a review of the Target special edition. It has a red cover instead of the white one, a letter from the author, and bonus poems. I was so excited to read this because I?ve been super into witches lately. However, I liked this, but I didn?t like it as much as her first co...

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. This was amazingly powerful and empowering. It was emotionally hard to read at times, like all good thought-prokoving literature is. Full disclosure, I s...

    I just felt that it was pretty simple and similar to the first collection! ...

    ?4 stars? - get up, you're nobody's doormat. ...

    Uuuuuh, not for me, unfortunately. I couldn't connect to the writing, I thought it lacked the sensibility and heart of the first volume, which I really loved. I'm assuming this was intended in a way, but it just wasn't for me. I didn't really feel empowered and I thought the tone/messa...

    we must help lift each other above the flames. - women supporting women. I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One, loved and I looked forward to read this so much. But.. hmm.. It wasn't what I was hoping for to be. This book was full of anger against men. It sup...

    ?to be a woman is to be warbound, k n o w i n g all the odds are stacked against you. - & never giving up in spite of it.? The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One is an amazing and empowering poetry collection. ____________________ Advance reader copy of The Witch Doe...

    This book and I did not mesh. I'm really sorry to say that, since I thoroughly enjoyed the first one. However, it was not the case with this one. It seemed like this second one was sloppily thrown together, the ideas weren't fully formed, and it was just trying to mooch off the success...

    I think I?ve finally realized that my biggest issue is that this format of poetry isn?t exactly my favorite. BUT THAT IS JUST A PERSONAL PREFERENCE. But that being said, these poems were really powerful. The message behind these was more than enough for me to be able to look past t...

    I enjoyed this read. I love to read poetry, especially before going to bed, and the issue with this poetry book and reading it before sleeping was that I went to bed feeling so empowered and strong. That being said, I recommend reading this at the commencement of your day, because it w...