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The long-awaited first book from YouTube star Emma Blackery
About the Author
Practically born a girl on the net, Emma Blackery's quirky, witty personality attracted a mass online following during her teens and early twenties. Having originally created her YouTube channel to get her music heard, today she has over 1.3 million subscribers and more than 100 million views. She is the original alt YouTuber, standing alone from her peers for speaking out honestly on topics from depression and self-harm to jealousy - all with a self-deprecating humour and quick tongue.
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I have always admired Emma because unlike most YouTubers she isn't afraid to be seen as human. She is honest and straightforward and Emma, thank you for this book. It hasn't changed my life but it's certainly made it better!
Look, if you're a young person going through a tough time, just get this book. It's worth it.
Congrats, Emma. You nailed this.
As a fan of Emma's work with music and online content, I really enjoyed reading all of her stories. She's "been through the wars," and by listening to her stories, I was able to develop and new found appreciation of my childhood and my current position in life. Emma also has some clever quotes that I hope to live by moving forward. As a 20-year-old male, I could have really used this book when I was 14 or 15.
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