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Also by Frank Warren:

Postsecret, October 2009
Hardcover
A Lifetime of Secrets, October 2007
Hardcover
The Secret Lives of Men and Women, January 2007
Hardcover
My Secret, November 2006
Hardcover
PostSecret, December 2005
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My Secret
Frank Warren

A PostSecret Book

Regan Books
November 2006
On Sale: October 24, 2006
144 pages
ISBN: 0061196681
EAN: 9780061196683
Hardcover
$19.95
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My Secret, is a collectible, paper-over-board book that includes a page of vibrant, decorative stickers, Warren has personally selected never-before-seen anonymous postcards created by teens and college students from across the country. Each card bears an intimate and powerful secret—at turns inspirational, shocking, hilarious, and poetic—that is told through original illustrations, photographs, collages, and other creative means. Sample messages include:

  • "I am avoiding you because you are socially below me."
  • "I know the truth to the lie my parents tell... "
  • "My friends think I was homeschooled. I spent high school in juvi."

A unique and important book that will appeal to both young adults and their parents, My Secret offers a raw and revealing glimpse into the real lives of today's teens and twentysomethings. Choosing their own handmade postcards over email or text messages, teens and college students express their hopes, fears, and wildest confessions in a way that truly represents their diverse personalities and voices.

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Good Morning America - October 24, 2006

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