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Release blitz: FAKING IT by J.D. HOLLYFIELD

Title: Faking It

Author: J.D. Hollyfield

Release Date: Feb 1, 2016

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Fake it till you make it.

That’s Lexi Hall, the wild socialite’s motto for how to live life. 720 more words

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RELEASE BLITZ: Faking It by J. D. Hollyfield ❤

Title: Faking It
Series: unReal #1
Author: J. D. Hollyfield
Release Date:  February 1st 2016

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Synopsis:

Fake it till you make it.

That’s Lexi Hall, the wild socialite’s motto for how to live life. 687 more words

Romance

Fake It Till You Make It: Confidence for Young Professionals

Growing up, I heard the expression, “fake it till you make it,” from my mother more times than I can count. The lesson hit home during the Great Swim Meet Debacle of 2004, when I was forced swim competitively for the first time. 344 more words

Advice

Faking It: We Need to Talk

Hello friends!

I’ve heard the phrase a lot. Fake it ’til you make it. I didn’t really know the scope of what this meant, after looking it up I realized that I have been doing a lot of that recently and I decided it was time to stop. 989 more words

Lets Chat

1 in 4 People Are Not Faking

1 in 4 people will experience some form of mental illness throughout their lives.

And it angers me so, so much, when people raise views about people like me. 376 more words

Teenager

gettingthroughanxiety reblogged this on Getting Through Anxiety and commented:

Sorry guys for another reblog, but this is really important. Em describes the horrible feeling of when someone tells you that "you're faking" your mental health issue or that "you're just doing it for attention".

Downcast and Muttering

My voice falls away
Wavering, daily
To a shameful
Muttering demise

As my eyes reap fear
And stray
To retain my faults
For they’re better off… 44 more words

Poetry

The Authoritative Voice?

*clears throat and begins in a most professorly manner…*

When writing Historical Romance you must not only sound as if an historian is perched upon your shoulder whispering factual sundries into your ear. 109 more words

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