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Last Book Syndrome: ‘Maybe Someday’ by Colleen Hoover

BY CLARISSA CHUA
“Maybe someday.”

It’s a phrase that holds so much promise and uncertainty. Something to look forward to, something to dread. And as we’re moving through life, we’re always filled with Maybe Somedays. Maybe Somedays that we call dreams, wishes, goals, life pegs, aspirations or even our bucket list. And I adore this phrase so much because it holds in its two tiny words hope for the future.

Like what these two words represent, Maybe Someday exemplifies. Colleen Hoover magnificently toyed with our emotions—as much as I hate to say it—making it course to the high and plunge deep to the low. I have never felt so many contradicting emotions after reading a book that I was left uttering just one word: WOW.

I wrote on a piece of paper my thoughts, supposedly but the only ones that came out were one-word descriptions:

“Wow. Just wow. Give me a moment to collect my thoughts.”
“Music”
“Disability”
“Communication”
“Timing”
“Love”
Everything.

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If you haven’t read any Colleen Hoover books, you’re missing out on life. She has also just released a new book last November so why not start with that? ☁

Dealing with Last Book Syndrome by calligraphy. See more here.
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