Tell Me Where It Hurts by J.R. Rogue

Tell Me Where It Hurts

Beautiful. All consuming. Raw.

JR Rogue’s poetry is as striking as always but it is also real and hurtful. She plays with the realest of emotions, the most intense kinds of pains and inject those into her pieces. She capitalizes on the ugly, the dark, and the painful that we went through or might still be going through and acknowledges that the darkness exists and that we are not alone. From the ugly and the dark, she has created such beautiful words woven into beautiful pieces that will shake every fibre of your being.

Reading this will hurt. But it’s a good kind of hurt.
Reading this will make you think. But you will be thinking with more depth and understanding.
Reading this will consume you. Be warned.

I didn’t have the emotional stamina to finish this in one go. I had to take a breather every now and then to regroup. This poetry book cannot be described to its full glory, it is something that needs to be experienced.

YOU need to experience it.

Go for it.

But again, be warned.

5 star rating

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Find JR ROGUE on her official website

Jen Rogue first put pen to paper at the age of fifteen after developing an unrequited High School crush, and has never stopped writing about heartache. She published her debut novel April 2016 and has one published poetry book. Her third publication, Tell Me Where It Hurts, will release July 2016.

Jen is signed with Radiant Sky Publishing Group. A kick ass group of creatives determined to change the world.

When not frolicking in the world of words she is devouring sushi, bossing her cat around, and buying new pairs of converse.

She can be found on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest. You can also join her Facebook group for early access to news.

You can stalk away: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

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