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The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace

"The Princess Saves Herself in This One" is a poetry collection written by Amanda Lovelace, an American author and performer. The book, which was first self-published in 2016, deals with themes of love, loss, self-empowerment, and healing. The book was later republished by Andrews McMeel Publishing in 2017.

The book is divided into four parts, each representing a different stage in the author's life. The first part, "the princess," deals with the author's childhood and her struggles with self-worth. The second part, "the damsel," deals with the author's experiences with love and heartbreak. The third part, "the queen," deals with the author's struggles with mental health and her journey towards self-empowerment. The final part, "you are your own savior," deals with the author's journey towards healing and self-acceptance.

Amanda Lovelace is known for her emotive and powerful performances of her poetry, which often deal with personal and social issues such as mental health, body image, and gender equality. Her poetry reflects these themes and is praised for its raw and honest approach, as well as its ability to capture the nuances of the human experience.

"The Princess Saves Herself in This One" has received positive reviews from critics, who have praised its emotional depth and the author's ability to convey the complexities of the human experience through her poetry. The book has been described as a powerful and important work that offers hope and inspiration to those who have experienced trauma or are struggling with self-acceptance.

Amanda Lovelace is an active performer and continues to tour and perform her poetry. She is also a popular figure in the poetry slam and spoken word community. She also has published other books like "The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One" and "Things That Haunt Us" which have also been critically acclaimed and bestsellers.

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