Totally & completely in love with ‘Love Her Wild’

I am sure you have heard of Atticus. He is a Canadian poet that has become an insta-celebrity with his beautiful poetry. I think the best part is that he doesn’t show his face to the world. I am one of the many that him and stalk his instagram, facebook, etc. I first saw his quotes around facebook and started obsessively googling him and sharing on my own facebook. They make me all swoony. 

Well after swooning like a crazy on google/facebook I decided I needed the real thing. I wanted the book from beginning to end. So I bought the paperback (which I almost never do anymore, I’m a kindle girl all the way) and the audiobook. The audiobook is read by Atticus himself and let me just say. #Swoon. Gahhhh I love it so much. It isn’t long at all so I have listened to it multiple times. I wanted to review it but it is very different from the books I typically review. How do you review a book of poetry?

Well I decided to take pictures of my favorite quotes from the paperback. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do ❤

Find it here on Amazon! 

I have a lot more but to refrain from posting all 287 pages I’ve left it at these 😊 What are your favorites?! I’d love to hear them ❤

As always, keep swooning dolls ❤❤❤

10 thoughts on “Totally & completely in love with ‘Love Her Wild’

  1. I am not a lover of poetry but Atticus’ work is just beautiful and calls to me. I follow him on everything that I can and have his latest release on my Christmas wish list. ‘All the stars in the sky and he was looking at her’ honestly, his words turn me to mush.

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