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Through a series of letters, author Rania Naim examines past and present relationships. If you are moving on from any kind of relationship, this book is your new best friend.

In each letter, Rania speaks directly to those who shaped her life with both heartbreak and joy. This is a book about healing, grieving, gratitude and moving forward, even if the letters you wish you could have sent never leave your hands.

To the people we loved and the people who couldn’t love us. To the ones who broke our hearts and the ones that got away. To the ones who loved us and the ones who healed us. To the ones who made us ask important questions and the ones who gave us the answers. To all the people who once came into our lives and left an impact, left a mark or left a scar. This book is for you.

About the Author
Rania Naim grew up in Cairo, Egypt with more than just a passion for writing; it was her dream. Rania’s passion for writing bloomed when she realized that she wanted to dedicate her time bringing personal stories to life. Her stories are all inspired by true events and by everyday conversations.

GREG RAKOZY THOUGHT CATALOG

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