Blissfire Cover Synopsis:
Indulge yourself with these ten stories surrounding the endless chase for bliss that we are all constantly running. Each story focuses on a character that is striving to find that happiness that will change everything. Some chase after their dreams, others need to fill the wounds of their hearts, and some even need to be reminded of who they truly are. From down into a bottle to writing under a bridge, bliss comes to us in many forms. Each story pushes and compels you into the next as you meet new people and learn their worlds of mind. Written in a poetic tone, this collection offers a read from the heart.
I was chasing my own bliss while writing this, filling the wounds of my own heart just as each character does. Follow them along and join in their strides for the eternal bliss we all crave, perhaps even discovering your own during the ride.

My review:
I got this book by chance and I didn’t know what to expect from a book with 10 short stories at first, but I liked it. I liked all 10 stories and even found myself in the first one. Somehow, the author manages to show us what happyness is for 10 different people  and makes readers think about their lives, wonder if they chased their dreams or just setled being practical and totally responsable. Chasing our dreams is usually the hardest path in life and only the brave ones or the reckless ones dare to walk on such path. I was cautios until recently, but  somehow I’ll chase my dreams without being reckless or iresponsable, even if it will take me a bit more time and effort.

Favourite quote? 
If I was still a child, the simplest concepts in the world used to bring the greatest amount of joy imaginable. Then you grow up and joy starts to cost money instead of beaing so easily found free of charge

Would I read the book again someday?
Definetly yes. I really enjoyed reading 10 different stories about what makes people happy.

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