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Standalone Sunday


Hey guys. it’s Lois, back with another Standalone Sunday. Just one more week left an university for me!

Standalone Sunday is a weekly meme created by Megan @ Bookslayerreads. Every Sunday we make a post about a standalone book, so one that is not part of a series. There is an awful lot of focus are books that are part of a series, so it is always nice to feature a standalone book.

So, here is this weeks Standalone Sunday book, Hello Me, It’s You by Hannah Todd and Anonymous.


Published: 10th October 2016


“Hello Me, it’s You is a collection of letters by young adults aged 17-24 about their experiences with mental health issues. The letters are written to their 16-year-old selves, giving beautifully honest advice, insight and encouragement for all that lays ahead of them.”

My Comments:

When I read this book it was the exact book I needed to read at that time. I was struggling with anxiety and stress but reading this book calmed me down a lot. There is something extremely heart-warming reading other people’s letters to their younger self. Letters where they open up on the issues they have faced. Reading that other people were in the same situation as me and got through it gave me the courage to carry on.

If anyone else is suffering with mental health issues this really is the book to read next. Find my 4.5 star review here.

There you have it this weeks Standalone Sunday. Comment below if you have read this book or plan on reading this book as well as your thoughts.

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Until next time,


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