Author Tracy Kiss
Publisher Tracy Kiss
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review
As April approaches her thirtieth birthday she finally meets the love of her life but it comes at a cost; an artisanal and honest open-hearted tongue-in-cheek account of finding true love in a world now overruled by beauty, social media and selfies.
From ugly duckling to elegant swan infused with self-doubt, arguments and endearment; this is a journey to captivate and consume the mind and how we question beauty. Stir your soul and hold on tight for a modern day Bridget Jones.
A tale to both bless and haunt you forever.
What did I think?
‘Traces of I’ is incredibly inspirational. I read the book in one sitting and wasn’t disappointed at any point. The story of April really is quite touching and I believe that every female out there can relate to the book in one aspect of another.
‘Traces of I’ has truly gone in to the depths of every female out there and pulled out the insecurities we all feel and shown the world that we are beautiful for WHO we are and not what we look like.
We live in a world where the generations are constantly bombarded with the ‘perfect’ female image, but what is it to LOOK perfect if you don’t love yourself for who you are inside?
My Rating? ♥♥♥♥♥
Tracy Kiss has pledged to donate her first £1000 to an anti-bullying charity which I think shows that Kiss truly supports the work she has written about and is 100% on board with trying to end the current ‘ideal’ we are forced to see.
Show your support with a Tweet, an Instagram photo, or a FaceBook photo – post the photo with these two hashtags: #IAmApril #TracesOfI
It’s simple, take a selfie with your eyes closed and finger over your lips.
Eyes Closed symbolises beauty comes from within, don’t judge a book by its cover.
Finger over your lips to remind you and others that you should think before you speak. Consider the feelings of others.
Get on board and help Tracy Kiss reach her £1000 target and change the life of people affected by bullying.
Will you be adding this to your TBR pile?