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The ECBC Book Club: Jack Rooke’s Cheer The F**k Up: How to Save Your Best Friend

Trigger warning: this book does contain references to suicide and sucidial thoughts. There are trigger warnings in this book for the heavier reading chapters but please only read this book if you feel in the right frame of mind to do so. "This book is a comedic memoir-meets-advice-guide about loosing my dad at fifteen, loosing… Continue reading The ECBC Book Club: Jack Rooke’s Cheer The F**k Up: How to Save Your Best Friend

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Self-love September: The ECBC Book Club, Jayne Hardy’s Making Space

I would read anything by Jayne Hardy. If she told me she had written something on the back of a leaf and pointed towards a big ol' forest you know I would be running right in there to find it. She is everything I hope to be and a daily inspiration. She's gone and done… Continue reading Self-love September: The ECBC Book Club, Jayne Hardy’s Making Space

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The ECBC Book Club: Thrive by J. J. Eden

This is a bit of a special one.  Not only is this collection of poetry and micro fiction touch on the subjects dear to our heart and cause, but I am also completely obsessed with the author. Which is fine because she’s our very own Jen!  This isn’t going to be a sales pitch though.… Continue reading The ECBC Book Club: Thrive by J. J. Eden

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ECBC Book Club: Turtles All The Way Down by John Green

We haven't featured many fiction books on our book club posts thus far so I figured it was time for something a bit different. I think most people have come across John Green, whether as a Vlog Brother, podcaster or author of bestsellers such as The Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns. I'm a… Continue reading ECBC Book Club: Turtles All The Way Down by John Green