“𝒲𝑒‘𝓇𝑒 𝒜𝓁𝓁 𝒥𝓊𝓈𝓉 𝒲𝑜𝓇𝓀𝓈 𝒪𝒻 𝒜𝓇𝓉“
Ever wish there was a way to change a certain part of your body? … Perhaps a way that wasn’t as permanent as cosmetic surgery?
Imagine … 1 pill that could do just that.
All you have to do is take one, then you can start manipulating any extra fat you have on your body.
Move it to other areas…maybe give yourself a little more va voom!
Lipamorph: The drug that lets you sculpt yourself.
Amber is a 24-year-old tech support worker by day, gay feminist blogger (and bad-sitcom aficionado) by night. She’s been vocal about her disapproval of Lipamorph from the beginning, seeing it as another tool to reinforce patriarchal beauty standards; but as Lipamorph becomes more common, Amber’s dissenting voice starts to matter less and less.
Judie is Amber’s younger sister, and seemingly her complete opposite; she loves pop music, pretty latte art and dating men. After struggling with hating her body for most of her life, Judie has become borderline reliant on Lipamorph for self-confidence, much to Amber’s dismay.
Kelly is an artist currently working for the marketing firm on the floor above Amber’s office. She’s whip-smart, proudly bisexual and strikingly beautiful…. and she’s the women Amber’s fallen in love with.
*** Character descriptions are not my own words. Taken from back of book itself…. this is one book that my words were not doing it justice**
“Sculpt Yourself tackles body image, LGBT+ topics and what it means to be a feminist in the 21st century”.
5 out of 5 stars
Sculpt yourself is so unique.
I savoured ever bit of this story. This is one that you don’t want to put down, yet don’t want it to end.
I thoroughly enjoyed that it was written from three different perspectives. I love multi perspective reads! It gives you a chance to really know each main character on more of a personal level. Which then helps you follow their story much more closely and really connect with each differently.
Savy truly created some of the most incredible characters. All such powerful women, yet they all have some type of insecurity. ….. I means who doesn’t in the real world?
Amber is passionate, outspoken and yet she can be very stubborn. Her love for the people close in her life is very admirable. I also love her laid back, easy-going style.
Judie is quirky, fun, softhearted but knows that she has her insecurities and knows what she needs in her life to help her get through those insecurities.
Kelly is intelligent, artistic and independent but scared of some choices she made in her past and tends to hide them. While she grows during the story she learns that this is something she needs to change and honesty truly is the best policy.
I couldn’t recommend Sculpt Yourself enough! It has a little bit for everyone.
“Beauty has gone from an ideal to an expectation.”
Now that I have shared my love for the story. I have to share my love for the author herself.
Savy is incredibly creative in so many ways and her success shines through. Her passions truly flood through her words. Whether it be by a piece she wrote or even while watching one of her BookTube videos! That’s right! You heard me right! Savy is an indie author that shares many of her passions along with writing with the book community.
Truly one of a kind, hard-working women that deserves so much love and support for everything she does.
Check her page out:
And of course thank you all for reading
Your Fellow Book Worm