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A Love Letter from the Girls Who Feel Everything

4.03  ·  Rating details ·  780 ratings  ·  204 reviews
Bestselling authors Brittainy C. Cherry and Kandi Steiner come together for the first time in an emotional compilation of poetry and prose. Written and collected over the course of more than two years, A Love Letter from the Girls Who Feel Everything is an intimate, honest, and raw assemblage of two women’s feelings in a modern world that often quiets any kind of emotion p ...more
Kindle Edition, 106 pages
Published September 11th 2018 by BCherry Books INC
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Alex ✰ Comets and Comments ✰
"How beautiful it is to be human.
That we can fall asleep drowning in tears and pain but wake to a new sunrise on a new day with a dry face."


this made my heart ache and i loved every single second.


Poetry and Prose
Modern contemporary poetry happens to be a sweetspot for me. Add in touches of bittersweet understanding of love and life. Then encapsulate the whole anthology with a boost of girl power and you've got yourself a surefire way to make me sing with happiness.

A Love Let
Sep 07, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Brittainy C. Cherry and Kandi Steiner are two favorites of mine. They both have this gorgeous, poetic, and lyrical writing style. So who better to write a book of poetry than these two? I am not normally a huge reader of poems, but I couldn’t pass this one up. I loved how the poems were about different things. Self acceptance, love and romance, heartbreak, it had it all. It make my heart happy and ache at the same time as only these authors can do. Here are a few of my favorites:
It was on th
Sep 28, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: letters

Recently I lost all my 2018 reviews,

I have a few I need to fix and redo, it's taking time so author's be patient I will repost all


That being said;
This book is letters


It's short

Each one should read this and find his / her own letter

Below is mine that spoke to me


I walk the tight rope,
heart beating
chest aching — balancing on hope,   crashing on doubt.  
To everyone around me
I am stable —
smooth as glass,
breathing soundly,
but inside, I shout.  
Please don’t fall —
left foot r
Hulya Kara Yuksel
Sep 08, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Brittainy and Kandi are both one of my favorite authors! So when I first saw this book I was really, really excited to read it. And I have to confess, I'm not a big fan of poems but still I enjoyed this collection very much. Also I'd love to read more from them. I hope in the future they work together again. :)

*ARC kindly provided by authors in exchange for an honest review. ❤❤❤

I’d rather drown in
a million truths
than breathe in

— B

There doesn’t always have to be a cage to
Megan✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦

"Her insecurities were as loud as day,
but his gentle embrace made the noise stay at bay."

When I found out two of my favorite authors were collaborating together to produce a book of poetry and prose, I just had to get on that band wagon. Brittainy C. Cherry and Kandi Steiner both have such a beautiful way with words and I just knew each and every prose was going to be deep, powerful, inspirational, meaningful and it really was; some made me cry, some made me feel inspired, some really resona
Kandi Steiner
Aug 20, 2018 added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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This is a book of poetry and prose that we have been working on for more than two years now. There's a lot of heartache in these pages, but there's a lot of joy, too. If you love poetry from poets
Sep 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Title: A Love Letter From The Girl Who Feels Everything
Author: Brittainy C. Cherry & Kandi Steiner


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When two your favourite power house contemporary romance authors decide to write something, you know it's going to be magical.

A Love Letter From The Girls Who Feels Everything is PERFECT.
Considering the fact that we live in a world where everything is in constant motion and time is of the essence, where book dragons like you and I w
Beatrice ~ Confessions of a Pinay Bookaholic
Timely I'm still in the mood for poetry books and I finished A Love Letter from the Girls Who Feel Everything in one sitting. Brittainy C. Cherry and Kandi Steiner collaborated for a poetry collection about love, heartbreak, letting go, self-worth and wisdom. I haven't read any books by Ms. Steiner, so it's a good introduction for me but I'm familiar with Ms. Cherry's writing.

I like we're able to distinguish Ms. Cherry and Ms. Steiner's writing as they showcased their fortes. The verses are mel
Carlene Inspired
GAH. I wrote a pretty little review for this andddd accidently closed my browser window. Of course.

Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired.

Readers of Brittainy C. Cherry and Kandi Steiner know both have a beautiful, lyrical way with words, taking us on journeys filled with emotion that leave you crying in a heap. A Love Letter from the Girls Who Feel Everything is a combination of poetry and prose that touches on love, sadness, loneliness, strength, and heartbreak. I connected with many
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English / Português

4 stars

Dear authors,

Thank you for bringing such a beautiful book to us. While reading I felt everything there was between those letters, there was under every meaningful words. Some got to my heart more than others and this kind of words are the best to hear sometimes, even if we think we don't need it. Although everyone feel different, the intensity of it, in every situation, in the end, at the same time, we actually are not that different. We hurt and root for the same thing
Sep 06, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018
4.5 Stars

Individually, these girls who feel everything give us all the feels with their incredible writing. Together, they are an unstoppable duo of encouragement and girl power! I'm not at all knowledgeable about poetry, but I enjoy reading it from time to time from specific authors. For me, this was exactly the type of poetry I enjoy. It was straightforward and to the point, without making me analyze every stanza for hidden meanings. There were powerful chunks of wisdom within the pages of thi
Sep 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the very first time I've read a whole book of poetry and prose. I had no idea what to expect and certainly wasn't prepared for the feelings that hit me.

(view spoiler)

Two incredibly talented authors came together writing a love letter. To you, to me, to each of us who will read and listen. Showing us that we all feel everything and it's something that's valuable and something that makes us v
Kathy West
Sep 07, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I can honestly say I have never read poetry before and had no clue what I was getting into when I started this book.
Since this is different than any other book reviews....I'm going to put the titles of some of the favorite poems from this book.

If Only
Anxiety's Choice
The Human
Lessons Learned

I hope you find some poems that speak to you also.
Jeannine Allison
My favorite...

How wonderful,
the moment you realize

Lost is not a place
or a tragedy
but a rare journey

a beautiful state
of Discovery.

Sep 13, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc, 2018
With A LETTER FROM THE GIRLS WHO FEEL EVERYTHING, Brittainy C.  Cherry and Kandi Steiner took me on a path I'm not very familial with: poetry. 

They explored the feelings of love through sometimes sweet, sometimes bittersweet, always raw letters. I found myself highlighting a lot of them, touched by their profound words and the level of emotions they convey. 

I loved the idea behind that collection: to be strong and self-assured enough to express our feelings in a world where doing so means to be
Flo Grugel
Firstly, I want to say that I love Brittainy and Kandi's books so I feel like a horrible person by saying that this book just didn't work for me.
I know that this book is a compilation "Poetry and Prose" but I didn't get any of 'the feels' that I know these authors can deliver.
I felt like it was a highlighted quote or passage from a kindle on each page.
Shabby  -BookBistroBlog
Beautiful work done by Brittainy and Kandi.
Love me slowly. Breathe me in. Tell me I’m more than all my worst sins. How to Love the Scars —B
They pen their heartache, their pain in prose and poetry with the same potency as their novels. I've been a forever staunch follower of both of them and this book shows a different side of them.
Took me decades back to my youthful times when getting a love note was followed by butterflies in the stomach, smile on my face and dreams in my eyes. I still have
Dee Montoya

This book is just wonderful. These two authors created something truly special; a beautiful love letter to all readers. Words that will make you feel loved, cherished, and beautiful.

This is a tiny, but powerful book. I think I'll carry it in my purse forever, because I don't ever see myself getting tired of reading such beautiful poems.

My favorite Poem:

"If only you knew your worth wasn't
determined by the way he moaned as he
tasted your skin."

<3 <3
Sep 18, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018, poetry-prose
⭐4 stars⭐

"How does the girl who loves openly 
survive against the boy
who never allows himself to love at all?"

This was actually my first modern poetry book, and I decided to read it because I knew Brittainy C. Cherry and Kandi Steiner would nail it which they definitely did by the way.

I loved the verses and I really would want to see them in their coming books.
2.5 rounded up to 3

To make it short: I expected more.

I don't read much poetry and I'm really not an expert, but this was just too much cliché and too little substance for me.

Sep 13, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: ccbh-reviewed
"It’s our wish that you found a little piece of yourself within these pages, that your heart ached with a beat of understanding. And maybe — just maybe — you left a little piece of yourself within these pages, too."

A compliation of poetry and proses, A Love Letter from the Girls Who Feel Everything was consequential, significant, and left me feeling appreciative. To find a novel so relatable with it's topics and supporting with it's opening and closing it was like being inducted into our own
Quinn's Quippy Quotes
Jan 07, 2019 rated it really liked it
Worth a read even if you're not a fan of poetry.

I'm not much for poetry, but I wanted to try this out. I definitely preferred Brittany's passages more. Although the majority were kind of depressing, I felt that hers had the most optimism. And I prefer optimistic poetry over sadness.
B.B. Easton
Sep 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A Love Letter From the Girls Who Feel Everything showcases the elegant brilliance, delicate vulnerability, and mighty self-worth that all women aspire to embody. I will treasure this gorgeous little paperback, the inspiration it gave me, and all the sticky notes I placed between its pages, forever.
Nov 11, 2018 rated it it was ok
Unpopular Opinion Time 🐸☕

I personally thought these poems were a bit too cliché and cheesy. And that's not really my style.
Didn't particularly enjoy this collection of poems and was honestly underwhelmed.

Favourite Poem:
How wonderful,
the moment when you realize

Lost is not a place
or a tragedy
but a rare journey

a beautiful state
of Discovery.

Jamie (TheRebelliousReader)
4 stars. I don't gravitate towards modern poetry but this was pretty damn good. Both authors did an amazing job with their poems and I found almost every piece in here to be relatable. I liked the structure and format and I love that it was encouraging people to just feel. You can have emotions, it's okay and showing those emotions doesn't make you weak. I think that's an important message to get across, especially in this day and age where it's considered cool to be "savage" (ughhhh) and cold. ...more
Sep 13, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
As much as I love reading, poems hasn't ever really been a thing for me. But when I saw that Kandi Steiner was co-writing a book with another author, Brittainy C. Cherry (have not read her - don't be upset!), I at least wanted to give it a go.

These poems were beautiful - some touched me more than others. Some spoke to my heart, others spoke to my mind. Some I just loved the poetic flow.

Even if you aren't a fan of poems, I have no doubt that at least a few of these poetic words will touch you in
riri ☆
Jan 05, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019, poetry
3.5/5 stars. A simple, but emotional volume of poetry. Majority of the first half tugged at my heartstrings, then the remainder was hit or miss for me. Pacing ended up feeling disjointed, since one second I'd be feeling, then the next I'd be flipping page after page unable to find another that'd speak to me similarly.

One of my favorites:
Perhaps it wasn't a mistake,
yet merely a book that needed to

Sometimes the final line
isn't as enchanting as the

Perhaps - B
Heather C
Sep 13, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A Love Letter From The Girls Who Feel Everything lives up to it's title. The emotion and power behind each and every poem will strike a cord with someone. 

I love that every type of poetry form was captured in this collection that Cherry and Steiner gave us. The ebbs and flow of each one correlated perfectly with the emotion behind them. 

This is a simple review because it's a series of poems that you need to experience and feel for yourself. There were so many that I wanted to quote but I couldn'
 Charlie  ✰ WLTB Blog ✰
Sep 07, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018

A Love Letter from the Girls Who Feel Everything.
This book is beautiful the poems are about love they are about loss... They are heartwarming they are heartbreaking.
I really enjoyed reading these poems they touch me I will admit a couple made me shed a tear or two but they are so well written and they could be from/ about anyone of us. Not much else I can really say but if you love these two authors and their poems then you will love this book.
I really good book of poems from these two great aut
Sep 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
“The mask you wear each day only scars you.”

Beautiful stories in short letters tham inspire and encourage us, its quick but deep. I felt all of it. Some of them are stronger than others, and it hurt to read something so real.

Arc received in exchange for an honest review. Thank you
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