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Misha Collins is an actor, author, and activist focused on inspiring change through art and by gamifying civic engagement and social good. Misha was a lead on Supernatural, the longest-running sci-fi/fantasy series in U.S. history, where he portrayed the angel Castiel. When not in front of the camera, Misha connects with his millions of social media followers to promote social change through projects like GISH, his Guinness World Record-setting global scavenger hunt that fosters creative mayhem to inspire social activism, and Random Acts, his nonprofit, which has raised millions to complete grassroots charitable projects.

Misha is a published poet and author of bestselling book The Adventurous Eaters Club  (HarperOne). A University of Chicago graduate with a B.A. in Social Theory, Misha is a former White House intern who has campaigned extensively for progressive candidates nationwide, working as a surrogate for the Clinton and Biden teams, Stacey Abrams, and other national leaders. In his spare time, he enjoys baking, woodworking, and making fun of corrupt politicians. 

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Andrews McMeel Publishing (October 12, 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 144 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1524870544
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1524870546
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 5.9 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5.5 x 0.4 x 7 inches
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Misha Collins is an actor, author, and activist focused on inspiring change through art and by gamifying civic engagement and social good. Misha was a lead on Supernatural, the longest-running sci-fi/fantasy series in U.S. history, where he portrayed the angel Castiel. When not in front of the camera, Misha connects with his millions of social media followers to promote social change through projects like GISH, his Guinness World Record-setting global scavenger hunt that fosters creative mayhem to inspire social activism, and Random Acts, his nonprofit, which has raised millions to complete grassroots charitable projects.

Misha is a published poet and author of bestselling book The Adventurous Eaters Club (HarperOne). A University of Chicago graduate with a B.A. in Social Theory, Misha is a former White House intern who has campaigned extensively for progressive candidates nationwide, working as a surrogate for the Clinton and Biden teams, Stacey Abrams, and other national leaders. In his spare time, he enjoys baking, woodworking, and making fun of corrupt politicians.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Speaks to the Heart
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I first read this on NetGalley and I am very thankful to have been given the chance to do that.
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I struggled all day to find the words for this review. First, I am a fan of Misha’s so of course I was going to read this book. I will honestly say though that I’m a huge poetry fan and just didn’t know going in if it would be good or not (I should have known it would.) but I couldn’t put it down so to speak.

After reading And reflecting, I still don’t know if the right words will come out here. I feel like I just went on an emotional journey. I feel like I just locked myself in a room and read someone’s Diary. I cried. I laughed. I cried some more. I just got punched right in the guts with feelings. I reflected on it ALL day after reading and I went through every emotion imaginable.

As I said above I feel like he just threw his diary at us. It was very good and if you’re a poetry fan like I am I’m willing to bet you’ll love it. (I’m actually sorry I questioned it at first.)

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The above was the FIRST time I read the book. It is now release day and I have read it again. It is that good. (I couldn’t even wait for my physical copy so I read the kindle version in the middle of the night.) All of the above is still true, but every time you read a book you catch something you didn’t catch before or you feel something you didn’t feel the first time through. This time around I thought the book was even BETTER than I thought it was the first time. I read through some of these poems thinking “Wow I feel this way a lot!” In other words the poems use jumped right off of the pages and spoke to me.

“These Days” is the one that spoke to me the loudest. I’ll be honest, It was one that punched me right in the guts with feelings and made me cry but maybe that’s because I too do the same.

Another of my favorites was “Suddenly”. The smallest things can be magical. I have a few more favorites, but instead of naming them all I think it would be better for everyone to grab a copy of the book and pick their own. Trust me it will be well worth it. Even if you are not a poetry reader….. it will be well worth it.

Amazing job Misha, I’m sitting here writing the add on to my original review yelling at myself for wondering even for a split second if it could really be this good. It’s AMAZING. I will repeat that everyone reading this review should go grab their own copy. I promise you’ll love it.
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