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7/30/14, 2:15 PM ET

#Bookfriends Tiny, Beautiful Things

Cheryl Strayed’s ‘Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar’ is considered life-changing by book friends Liz Plank of mic.com and Ali Vitali of msnbc’s The Cycle team.

Life has its ups and down but regardless of what is thrown at you during a given day Sugar has the answer to your most pressing questions.  

Cheryl Strayed’s “Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on love and life from Dear Sugar,” is part advice, part personal essay as Sugar, the once anonymous online columnist at The Rumpus, struggles with life’s biggest questions through humor, insight, honesty and compassion.

We are tackling this novel in next week’s Krystal Clear, and we want to hear from you! Read along with us and let us know your thoughts by posting your questions and comments in the Bookfriends group, or tweet us using the hashtag #bookfriends.

Tune into Krystal Clear next Wednesday, July 30, at 11:30am ET on msnbc.com and you could see your comment featured in our discussion.

Looking for our previous book club books? Check out Beth Macy’s “Factory Man: How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local- and Helped Save an American Town”, Edan Lepucki ”California”, Khaled Hosseini’s “And the Mountains Echoed” or Michael Hastings’ “The Last Magazine.”

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