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About Makenzie Campbell
Makenzie Campbell grew up in the Pacific Northwest and has been expressing herself through poetry since grade school. She now has two successful poetry collections, 2am Thoughts and NINETEEN, with her third, Rooms of the Mind, on the way. Rooms brings to light a new layer of maturity and growth as Makenzie explores different emotions in each chapter in depth. Makenzie is pursuing a degree in psychology at Washington State University, and her little free time is spent traveling the world and exploring the wild trails of the Cascades.
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One day you too will have stopped searching strangers’ eyes for companionship. You won’t lie in a cold bed with nothing but dark thoughts to warm you. You will not order a pizza for yourself in an empty apartment.
One day you will look into your lover’s eyes…
You will no longer feel alone.
‘This was a journey of nostalgia. I was swept up in memories of first love, first heartbreak, and healing, all within the span of one evening’ Courtney Peppernell, author of Pillow Thoughts
"There are defining moments in our lives that we often experience in certain places. It's in these places, that we feel particular emotions, which help shape who we become. For anyone whose emotions are tied to places, this book is for you."—Courtney Peppernell, author of Pillow Thoughts
By the author of the wildly successful 2am Thoughts, comes Nineteen — titled after the poet's age when she wrote this new book. Nineteen is a collection of poetry that broaches heartbreak, love, loss, war, peace, and healing.
For every place we go, there is a feeling or memory that's been painted on the walls. You can paint over it, but it will always be there. Even if you can't see it, you know.
You can feel the heartbreak inside the bedroom where you lost a love.
You can feel the hope at the coffee shop where a beginning happened.
You can feel the healing as you sit in the driver's seat, in charge of your own life.
"A journey. An exploration. A reminder to put one foot in front of the other even when it's dark because there is always a light waiting for you in the distance."—Wilder, Author of Nocturnal
"In spare poems with aphoristic lines and short prose segments, the book speaks to adolescent pain and suffering."—Publishers Weekly
Check out Makenzie Campbell's other hit poetry book 2am Thoughts