Blogger’s Books: Shoniessky

Today I am pleased to feature a book from American blogger, Sharnique Middleton, who blogs on WordPress as ‘Shonies’ Sky’. She is a relatively new follower of my blog, and has quickly become a regular reader, with engagement on posts.

This is what she has to say about herself.
“I am an established writer and poet who loves to just speak from the heart and experiences. I would love for you to take a look at my book and share it.”

The book title is ‘The First Cut Is The Deepest’, and this the synopsis.

“This is not a love story, it is a bittersweet story of love.

Or at least, this is a story of what happens when you fall in love with someone who cannot feel love, someone who uses you and abuses you.

This is the story of a love so possessive and so strong and so deep, you can feel the pain on every page. This love hurts, and yet you long for the pain.

This is the story of a love that is destructive to its very core. A love that tears you apart.

A story of a love that is killing you softly, and yet you somehow refuse to die.

A story of a love that makes you look deep within yourself to discover a strength and a courage you never knew you had – the strength to survive, the determination to find a light in the darkness.

This is a story of a love that is almost poisonous in its intensity, almost brutal in its tenderness.

“The first cut is the deepest” goes the song, but this story shows that after that first deep cut, there are a thousand more cuts, each one deeper than the last.

Read it and weep.

Here is a buying link, if you are interested.

Please help her out with this new book, by sharing this post, or the one on her blog. And perhaps visit her own site too, to welcome her into our great blogging community.

36 thoughts on “Blogger’s Books: Shoniessky

  1. I always applaud the introduction of a good book to beetleypete followers! Would it be fair to assume that this book targets a female readership? In any event, I welcome Sharnique Middleton to beetleypete, and wish her continued success as an established writer!

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    1. thank you so much for the kind words I appreciate it so much and I think when I wrote this I just wanted to tell my story with no real intent on a particular target. I feel it will be a good read for all people. It touches sensitive subjects such as abuse love , self- esteem and growth. Thank you for the welcome!!

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