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Most fans of Lindsey's art are also fans of Lindsey the person too, and for good reason. She's always been incredibly open and accessible to her followers. Within her interviews or behind-the-scenes videos, she'll do or say something that will resonate with pretty much everyone. Her gracious and respectful attitude towards her fans is endearing, humble and refreshing. It makes us all feel like we're her friends, and that connectivity is also there in her and Brooke's book.
Listening to The Only Pirate at the Party made me feel like I spent the day with a kindred spirit. Lindsey bravely opens her hearts to all of us with a sincerity that makes her funny stories come alive, her embarrassing moments induce sympathetic cringing, and her honest confessions prompt introspective examining of one's own heart.
While listening in my car, I had to pull off to the side of the road when Lindsey's voice almost broke while talking about her friend Gavi - she wasn't just reading her own words into a mic for her audio book, she was sharing a personal part of her heart. It was such a raw moment that it moved me to tears.
Through her various experiences, adventures and hard-learned lessons, Lindsey radiates joy. By joy I don't mean a manic, sugary fake or cheesy happiness. True joy runs deep, and can be in your heart even if you're in pain. It's something that can be demonstrated by knowing who you are, flaws and all, and loving yourself in spite of it - as well as "tough" loving yourself enough to keep challenging your own self to change and grow. Lindsey and Brooke's words demonstrates this honest joy on every "page" and I found it infectious.
As odd as this is going to sound from a perfect stranger on the internet, I am proud of Lindsey for this book, and I'm so happy to have listened to it. I'm inspired, and now I'm going to go do something with that inspiration.
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Unless you are a huge fan of Lindsay Sterling in her music this book is not very good. It does feel like a junior high motivational poster almost in every chapter. However, the most interesting part is the story of how she rose to popularity with her career. That part was quite enjoyable.m
If you are a big fan of Lindsay Sterling then this book will be very enjoyable for you.
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