Debut author, Rose S. White, introduces us to her first book, “You: The World of Thoughts Matters”:
A message from one man could change her life forever…
Mei finds more solace in the world of imagination than she does in the real world. Stuck in a relationship that isn’t going anywhere, she longs for something more. When she receives a message from a man online, she begins talking to him and soon discovers exactly what she has been missing. Soon her whole world is transformed as is Mei.
A story of loneliness, love and hope.
This such a cute book, it’s quite remarkable also. It’s well out of my normal reading range, but I was instantly attracted to the cover. All of those colors appearing where her head was. It made me very curious. I invented several ideas to explain the cover and decided I had to read it.
The blurb does a good job of hinting at the story without giving anything away. I shall not spoil it for you either.
Like the cover, this story is full of color and surprises. We are privy to all of Mei’s thoughts about everything in her life. Sometimes her thoughts are connected to her activity at the moment and other times they are elsewhere. Her thought life is quite rich.
As a young, professional woman, Mei is drifting through life. She has ambition, she wants to move up the ladder, but she doesn’t have a solid anchor. So many of us don’t. She is living her life to meet general expectations that others have placed on her. Then something happens to shake her world.
I award 4 stars to “You: The World of Thoughts Matters”.
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