I Like Sunflowers

What happens when a 24-year-old college dropout who has never had a job before, and has forever been living off of her great-grandfather’s massive inheritance, is forced to volunteer at a mental asylum in the name of a favor?

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“There’s nothing wrong with having a little faith in something the world doesn’t understand yet.”

– Almandyne, I Like Sunflowers

 

Blurb –

She believes the world doesn’t need her and neither does she need it.

Living on a planet reigned and contaminated by a bunch of people who call themselves “the majority”, an overdue bloomer has reached heights of being extremely fed up of everything that’s normal, perfect, pretty, and what not that they claim to want in a tired and talentless, and yet miserably hopeful, soul like her.

But things turn upside down when she’s pushed into living a more responsible life in the name of a favor. Suddenly reality starts to mold into something unexpected. Something that wasn’t what “the majority” had been preaching to her all her life. Something that didn’t make her feel so invisible anymore. Something that might finally prove that she, Jordan Blackwood — the worst nightmare of every ambitious parent — may not be a mistake after all.

If only you know what it means to be really screwed up.

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28 thoughts on “I Like Sunflowers

  1. Good luck with your book, and thanks for following my blog.
    That is appreciated.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Thank you :”)
      Looking forward to read more from your blog.

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  2. Hope your book sells like wildfire. Welcome to that little voice and thanks for following my blog.

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  3. Glad meeting an Author!! Good luck

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  4. I love the premise! And thank you for the follow. So nice to be connected! 🙂
    ~ Jaya

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  5. Thank you for following me. I wish the best for selling your book.

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  6. Wishing you much success with your book. Thank you for following BrewNSpew.

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  7. Thanks for the “follow.” Back atcha! Good luck with your book!

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  8. Called by to thank you so much for your recent decision to follow Learning from Dogs. Thank you!!

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  9. Sarah Lea Stories July 18, 2018 — 8:02 pm

    Your cover is nice. Reminiscent of “Many Moons” by James Thurber–a childhood favorite!

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    1. Thank you, but I Like Sunflowers isn’t children’s fiction. Check it out sometime. ☺✌

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  10. Beautiful and well written. Anand Bose from Kerala

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  11. I look forward to reading it. I am reading “The Bell Jar”, simultaneously.

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  12. Hi! Thanks a lot for joining Thoughts of SheryL!
    Great blog! 🙂

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  13. Thanks for following my blog and I wish you all the best with your book and creativity. 🙂

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  14. Love that quote. Do you mind if I borrow it? Of course I would credit you.

    Thanks for choosing to follow one of my blogs. 🙂

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    1. All the quotes on my blog can be reposted with my name under it. ❤✌

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      1. Merci mille fois. I do enjoy a good quote. 🙂 ❤

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