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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best creativity magazine in the UK“, in poetry anthology, Screw Prince Charming, Louise Alexandra Erskine delves deep into the good, the bad and the ugly parts of life, love and self-discovery.
Screw Prince Charming
Following Louise Alexandra Erskine’s first poetry collection, All of the Ocean, Screw Prince Charming bursts with verse that is destined to resonate with all, regardless of sex and where readers may be on their personal journey of self-discovery and acceptance.
Embracing the art of self-discovery, the good the bad and the ugly parts too, Louise Alexandra Erskine leads the reader on a journey unearthing true identity through the many highs, lows and romantic ideals we each face in life. Along the way, Erskine reminds readers to first fill their own buckets with love, joy, compassion and gentleness.
Screw Prince Charming confronts the pressures, stereotypes and gender roles faced by both men and women in modern society and encourages the reader to find the beauty in their perceived defects so they can show up authentically and unashamedly as their glorious messy selves in this beautiful messy world.
With the rise in popularity of poetry coinciding with the growing interest in self-expression and mindfulness, Louise Alexandra Erskine’s intelligent, emotional and beautifully composed verse is hitting the spot for those appreciating her questioning of modern society and social media ideals, along with her destigmatising mental health and celebration of authenticity.
Uplifting, reflective and showcasing the work of a poet that truly knows her craft, if you’re looking to kickstart 2024 by being kind and true to yourself – immersing yourself in a copy of Screw Prince Charming makes a great starting point.
Louise Alexandra Erskine
Founder of Beautifully Defected Louise Alexandra Erskine’s mission is to empower individuals to embrace their unique journey to self-love and mental wellbeing.
We are committed to breaking societal norms and challenging the stigma surrounding mental health. By sharing stories of resilience and triumph, we strive to foster a community that encourages open conversations, destigmatises trauma and mental health challenges, and promotes self-acceptance.-Louise Alexandra Erskine
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