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Purging Nastiness (Or, Wreck This Post)

Wreck journalJust came across a wonderful quote. Surprisingly, it was tacked on to the end of an Amazon review:

It is sad that we live in a society in which some of us need "permission" to cut, tear, mutilate, and destroy things in an effort to purge nastiness from our heads.

This observation was written by Sarah Deer, cancer survivor and smasher, on her review of  Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith (click here to read her review). 

I'd like to make a small addition to the above:

Mistakes smallerIt's equally sad when a writer uses fiction to purge such nastiness--and is persecuted, stalked, blacklisted, banned and avoided as a result of such catharsis.

-- Janet Boyer, Amazon Hall of Fame/Vine Reviewer, author of Back in Time TarotTarot in Reverse and the Snowland Tarot (Schiffer 2013). Featured in Tales of the Revolution: True Stories of People Who Are Poking the Box and Making a Difference (A Domino Project eBook edited by Seth Godin)


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