My new novel FWICR is out now, and I think it helped me heal.

This is it, folks! FWICR (Forgetting What I Couldn’t Remember) is out now on most platforms for your reading pleasure. This book means so much to me, because it’s basically about all the things I wish I said and did while I was being bullied throughout elementary and middle school. It’s incredibly cathartic to get all that out now, and I hope it’s something that makes you laugh, cry, and reflect on your own life as well. I guess I’ve said enough about it, and I’ll just let you view the Amazon listing HERE:

Cover designed by Gracie Knight. Check out her shop on Instagram @electricangelco for her cute trinket bowls and cool graphic design work!

This book was such an awesome sort of therapy for me, and I think I’ll be forever grateful for this idea that came to me so effortlessly. It had started all from a ten-minute play I wrote in college, and from there, the time-traveling idea just really took off.

In many ways, I really am Vera, my protagonist. She’s angsty and hardened, but still has so much innocence about her that could easily be a weakness, but she pulls into it as a profound source of strength instead. Here’s what some one my readers so far have said about it:

“I had the privilege of receiving an early ARC of this incredible book. The theme is relevant and significant, no matter the age. I laughed, I cried, and I felt every poke and jab. The characters were well-developed and the scenes came to life easily. I enjoyed the friendship triangle between the main characters; Vera, Alex, and Gavin and their peculiar situation. The struggle of who Vera wants to be and the person she is and the path she takes to discovering herself is poignant. The awkwardness and desire and somehow finding a way to be okay with the changes in relationships was incredibly relatable. It’s that feeling of wanting, mixed with what you think could happen, and then choosing not to let yourself go there. The author gave Vera and innate strength that comes through on every page. The way Vera rebelled was worth cheering for. The author’s vision of retribution for being bullied was very exciting. There’s even an intriguing twist you you’ll never see coming.”

— Reviewer on Goodreads

I truly hope that what I’ve written resonates with you too. And if you happen to read it, please do feel free to leave a review on Amazon and Goodreads if you can – reviews help authors like me SO MUCH. Seriously!

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Author: Angelina Singer

Magna Cum Laude graduate who studied English, Music, and of course, Creative writing. For me, writing is an escape as well as a coping mechanism.

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