Preface . . .
We all have things from our past that tie us down or prevent us from moving forward. We like the world to see the glossy version of ourselves, the one we post on social media. The beautiful, smiling, ageless, strong and successful version that we create, our own personal work of autobiographical fiction. The reality is our past, with all those skeletons rattling around in our closets is what forms us, what makes us unique.
Our struggles define us and make us who we are meant to be. This is a book about my past, my struggles, and my times of trial and triumph. I have lost love, fought through cancer and divorce and reinvented myself. I no longer care about having a glossy version of myself, I have set my skeletons free. I have learned to love myself, scars and all.
Skeletons in My Closet by Tamsen Grace
This collection of poetry does not hold back. It is a force to be reckoned with. The prose jumps off the page and dances on your lips, to the increased rhythm of your heart. This book embraces the dirt and negativity of the past, which too often shapes the future, and screams honesty and acceptance. It is a deeply satisfying and emotive read. The gracefulness with which the author discloses to us the skeletons in her closet is altogether brave and endearing.
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