A Wealth of Unsaid Words



A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2011 Advent Calendar collection I ll Be Home for Christmas.Alex has always known his bipolar disorder made him too flawed for his boyhood hero, Everett So when his feelings for Everett became overwhelming, he forced a separation that saddened them both but gave Alex the clarity he needed Now a year has passed, and he and Everett are together again when Everett s noisy, imperfect family reunites for Christmas, pulling Alex into their chaotic warmth the way they always have Can Everett convince Alex that, in spite of his fears, starting a relationship would make for the perfect holiday Download A Wealth of Unsaid Words author R. Cooper – e17streets4all.co.ukA Wealth of Unsaid Words

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  • ebook
  • 112 pages
  • A Wealth of Unsaid Words
  • R. Cooper
  • English
  • 17 September 2018
  • 1613722915

10 thoughts on “A Wealth of Unsaid Words

  1. says:

    Thank you Justthank you.To say that this story of a bipolar man, the people he loves and the people who love him, resonated with me would be an understatement When R Cooper wrote this story she created something so beautiful and poetically, painfully, accurate As someone who is bipolar, I understood Alex The author captured with such clarity the shame that comes with not being able to control yourself The feelings of self loathing and unworthiness The guilt of feeling like a burden Th Thank you Justthank you.To say that this story of a bipolar man, the people he loves and the people who love him, resonated with me would be an understatement When R Cooper wrote this story she created something so beautiful and poetically, painfully, accurate As someone who is bipolar, I understood Alex The author captured with such clarity the shame that comes with not being able to control yourself The feelings of self loathing and unworthiness The guilt of feeling like a burden The way that death seems like the only way to free not only yourself but the people you feel would be better off without you.The most poignant aspect of this story was the way Alex learns to have faith in the fact that he is loved by Everett and his family This is something that does not come easily That faith is something that is fought for and for Alex and every bipolar person the battle is quite literally life and death.The auth...

  2. says:

    This was poetic No other way to say it I knew this story would be touching, but it didthan that, it undid me My goodness what sweetness.Alex has struggled with mental illness his whole life, he has been in very dark places His only, constant light has been Everett s friendship, and the love of Everett s family Everett loves Alex Alex loves Everett, so much, with everything, but with the regret that he s not healthy enough to ever deserve him That losing Everett can never be worth ha This was poetic No other way to say it I knew this story would be touching, but it didthan that, it undid me My goodness what sweetness.Alex has struggled with mental illness his whole life, he has been in very dark places His only, constant light has been Evere...

  3. says:

    I want to stand on my soapbox and tell everyone what a terrific writer R Cooper is I really enjoyed the first 2 Beings in Love books, but this book was so beautiful it totally floored me.Its a Christmas themed one, but honestly that doesn t matter, because its about love love for the family you re born with, the one you make, loving yourself and being a better person for those you love.Its really a simple story, Alex is a manic depressive, and has loved Everett since he was 12, Alex has been I want to stand on my soapbox and tell everyone what a terrific writer R Cooper is I really enjoyed the first 2 Beings in Love books, but this book was so beautiful it totally floored me.Its a Christmas themed one, but honestly that doesn t matter, because its about love love for the family you re born with, the one you make, loving yourself and being a better person for those you love.Its really a simple story, Alex is a manic depressive, and has loved Everett since he was 12, Alex has been supported and partially raised by Everett s family, and the two guys have been doing a will they, won t they dance...

  4. says:

    A get well gift from the best cyber momma ever Thank you so much, Karen 4.5 stars This was such a great book and I loved it to pieces I ll admit that the writing style is unusual and it took me a while to get into it I don t know if another book with another MC written in the same style would work for me In this case, though, it was perfect Sometimes, the writing seeme...

  5. says:

    3.5 starsI have a problem rating this book There are some poetic words, some heart felt moments, and most definitely some moments that just made my eyes go all watery Especially if I imagine the struggle that Alex must ve experienced, suffering from bipolar disorder he prefers the term manic depressive , yearning for the constant in his life, that is his best friend Everett unable to say how sorry he is about his situation and can only say it through his poems Then, deciding that he needs 3.5 starsI have a problem rating this book There are some poetic words, some heart felt moments, and most definitely some moments that just made my eyes go all watery Especially if I imagine the struggle that Alex must ve experienced, suffering from bipolar disorder he prefers the term manic depressive , yearning for the constant in his life, that is his best friend Everett unable to say how sorry he is about his situation and can only say it through his poems Then, deciding that he needs to take one year away from Everett, to see whether he s strong enough to be without Everett It s powerful stuff.Unfortunately, I had problems swimming through the words Maybe it s Ms ...

  6. says:

    It s always tricky for me when an author writes about an individual with a manic depressive personality I feel this way because a lot of my life is surrounded by people like that so when it comes to reading about them I nitpick the book and can t help but think it s nothing like that at all This story, however, I felt like it showedalong the right lines of what someone with such a personality really acts like The book was chaotic but, to me, it felt exactly how someone with a manic depr It s always tricky for me when an author writes about an individual with a manic depressive personality I feel this way because a lot of my life is surrounded by people like that so when it comes to reading about them I nitpick...

  7. says:

    Just because you have a character with a disability illness does not a good story make The first 20% was so confusing with all the names and with the whiplash from current scene to flashing back to random memories I think around 20% I started getting who people were but the random memories kept popping up the whole story and they were distracting and I never really got into the story.It was pretty uneventful nothing really happened There was an interesting conversation about his poetry around Just because you have a character with a disability illness does not a good story make The first 20% was so confusing with all the names and with the whiplash from current scene to flashing back to random memories I think around 20% I started getting who people were but the random memories kept popping up the whole...

  8. says:

    R Cooper wrote an excellent story where you will feel Alex, his illness and his story At one point, I thought I feel like I am reading under water , that is how deep the writing went Alex s illness and the impact it had on himself and those that loved him was so well done, so well done While this story was over a two day period at Christmas, it was so muchthan a Christmas story Alex had set a deadline this Christmas and now it was time to see if all his work paid off Read the story R Cooper wrote an excellent story where you will feel Alex, his illness and his story At one point, I thought I feel like I am reading under water , that is how deep the writing went Alex ...

  9. says:

    3.75 starsThis was a well written, almost poetic shorter story but it just didn t work as well for me I think I just find books about mental illness a little harder to read and enjoy.

  10. says:

    I love R Cooper s writing and this is an engrossing tale of a couple coming together at Christmas time The bi polar disorder that shaped one heroes life comes into play in a powerful way in this love story...

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