Book Spotlight – Secrets of a Broken Heart by Lee Martens

Synopsis

If you’re a dreamer, there is no doubt you have had
your heart broken a few times, whether it was by the people you loved or by your own thoughts.

Secrets of a Broken Heart
is a poetry collection to carry you through the heartbreak. It tells a story of healing, of how nothing matters more than
to just keep dreaming no matter how much it hurts at times.

Excerpt

Silly dreamer

Silly dreamer,
Can’t seem to stop.
Your mind drew you a ceiling,
Your heart just keeps going up.

About the Author

Lee Martens is a 24-year old poet from the Netherlands. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Culture and a Master of Arts in Scriptwriting. She works for American publishing company Secret Midnight Press as a social media manager, as well as for a couple of different other brands.

Her writing is usually realistic and to the point; she’s as straight-forward as most Dutch people are. But underneath that, there’s also a deeper layer of forever wishing for more, dreams so big she hardly dares to speak them.

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Product Details

Publication date : 26th October, 2018

Book Links

Website https://www.secretmidnightpress.com/shop

Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42292059-secrets-of-a-broken-heart

Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/Secrets-Broken-Heart-Lee-Martens/dp/0998438154/

27 thoughts on “Book Spotlight – Secrets of a Broken Heart by Lee Martens

  1. A few broken hearts for sure. Sounds wonderful! I once read an essay where the author said every broken heart is like an entry on our relationship resume. It makes us better prepared for the next thing 💕 I’ve always loved that view!

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