Diary Of The Heart: An Obsessive Infatuation

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In W. R. Watkins' second anthology, the reader is taken through the discovery of love. From the wishes and dreams of being loved; to the mixed emotions of your first secret crush; to having to let that crush go. Whilst less personal that the his first book, You. Are. Not. Alone., Watkins reveals his heart to the reader, sharing his own experiences in having feelings so strong for someone, they are hard to ignore.

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In W. R. Watkins' second anthology, the reader is taken through the discovery of love. From the wishes and dreams of being loved; to the mixed emotions of your first secret crush; to having to let that crush go.

Whilst less personal that the his first book, You. Are. Not. Alone., Watkins reveals his heart to the reader, sharing his own experiences in having feelings so strong for someone, they are hard to ignore. Again, he has extended his hand to those experiencing their first crushes, offering to help them through their conflicting thoughts:

Am I really in love? Will they love me back? How can I get over these feelings?

An Obsessive Infatuation is the first in the 'Diary Of The Heart' series.

Books by W. R. Watkins

Diary Of The Heart: Little Red Book

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This anthology reflects all the highs and lows, Watkins' personal thoughts and feelings, along with demonstrating his creative process when writing his poetry, making this Watkins' most personal collection of work to date. 'Little Red Book' features the stand out poems 'Scar', 'Coming Out', 'The Impossible Gift (Last Christmas)', 'Scent' and more.

You. Are. Not. Alone.

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'You. Are. Not. Alone.' is the debut, semi-autobiographical anthology by W. R. Watkins, which takes you, the reader, through the personal life journey of the author, from his lonely days at Secondary School, to how his life changed for the better, by the time he had graduated University.