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A Handful of Stars [PDF / EPUB] A Handful of Stars Hope is found in wishes made upon shooting stars so a handful of stars gives us faithA Handful of Stars is a journey of courage and resilience that readers take from falling to healing realising along Hope is found in wishes made upon shooting stars so A Handful of Stars gives us faithA Handful of Stars is a journey of courage and resilience that readers take from falling to healing realising along the way that the journey is not going to be easyThe book branches over various themes from love heartbreak loss and womanhood to self love revival and healingReaders learn about the beauty and innocence of falling and they A Handful PDF \ learn that the healing is not a destination but a process and this process can often last a lifetime The book teaches that a person s softness is their biggest strength and that having a big heart is not always a bad thing and that a glimmer of light can be found in the darkest placesA Handful of Stars is raw and unapologetic soft and kind reflective and inspirational all at the same time Some of Ruby s most loved poems are shared within the pages of this book in hope that they will have the same effect on readers the second time as they did the firstRuby Dhal is a poetess fiction writer and bestselling author of two poetry books with a goofy laugh a powerful and opinionated voice a constant habit of tripping and falling over furniture and two degrees in Philosophy After losing her mother at the tender age ofRuby turned to books as a form of escapism Spending several years reading about story worlds led Ruby to pick up a pen and create a world of her own Ruby s life affirming poems about love heartbreak and healing are deeply appreciated by a generous readership on Instagram Ruby has written articles for various online magazines and she was one of only South Asian women writers in the world to be featured in the Harper s Bazaar Writer Hotlist in Ruby was brought up and resides in London and is presently writing her debut novel which she hopes will break down the negative impact of cultural identification.