The 12 Stages of a Book Hangover

When a book is so good, you can’t help but spiral when it ends

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  1. Hate yourself for finishing the book so damn fast. You knew better. You know yourself enough to know emotionally diving into a 48-hour book coma would result in the despair you’re currently feeling.
  2. Get actually drunk so your real hangover will mask the sense of loss consuming…




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Escapades of a 20-something-year old! Writing about relationships, culture, and whatever else pops into my messy mind!

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