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Book Launch: Unbound Twitter thoughts for the heart and mind by Verlaine-Diane Soobroydoo

Unbound Twitter thoughts for the heart and mind
Unbound Twitter thoughts for the heart and mind

About the Book

Unbound Twitter thoughts for the heart and mind is a collection of tweets, poetry, and affirmations that have already reached over 500,000 thousand people on Twitter. Author Verlaine-Diane Soobroydoo shares the lyrical writing journey that saved her in moments of darkness. Her collection, written in seven parts, reflects our journey as human beings ascending from darkness, growing, changing, and eventually reaching completeness. She invites you to read with an open mind in hope that you, too, will find musical notes in the texture of her words.

The lyrical each ode incorporates enduring tweets and tips to becoming Unbound…taking you on a journey of reflection, healing, and transformation and one that allows you to hear the whispers of your heart so you can sing them whenever you feel. The words on the pages engage the power to conceptualize being in a community with each other.


Oladosu Adenike with Verlaine-Diane Soobroydoo
Oladosu Adenike with Verlaine-Diane Soobroydoo 


About the Author

Verlaine-Diane Soobroydoo is a New York-based writer and community builder. She uses her life and words as vessels to build the positive change she wants to see. She is passionate about women’s rights, social justice, and personal development. Unbound: Twitter thoughts for the heart and mind is her first collection of thoughts, poetry, and affirmations that have already reached over 500,000 people on Twitter. Her words engage on the power to conceptualize being in community with each other, and on the force of language to heal, help us self-transform and reach liberation.

She is the founder of Zahara’s Dream Inc., an impact initiative that builds positive change with and for young women worldwide.

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“I was told don’t be too loud, or visible. Just stop being you.’ I did, for some time, and a core part of me died. My rebirth depended on remembering who I was and on trusting my heart to find its way back home, and the strength to understand, capture and write down its downfall and ascension out of the darkness.”

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