Several illustrations for Erika Ramirez's autobiographical book,  Too Much .   What would you tell your younger self? Love harder? Speak louder? Run, don't walk?  Too Much  takes a glimpse back at the days of a 20-something looking for love, falling hard, and finding herself in New York City. Through a revised series of blog entries, originally published 10 years earlier, writer Erika Ramirez painstakingly recollects leaving California to live her dream as a music journalist.   

Several illustrations for Erika Ramirez's autobiographical book, Too Much

What would you tell your younger self? Love harder? Speak louder? Run, don't walk? Too Much takes a glimpse back at the days of a 20-something looking for love, falling hard, and finding herself in New York City. Through a revised series of blog entries, originally published 10 years earlier, writer Erika Ramirez painstakingly recollects leaving California to live her dream as a music journalist.

 

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 Several illustrations for Erika Ramirez's autobiographical book,  Too Much .   What would you tell your younger self? Love harder? Speak louder? Run, don't walk?  Too Much  takes a glimpse back at the days of a 20-something looking for love, falling hard, and finding herself in New York City. Through a revised series of blog entries, originally published 10 years earlier, writer Erika Ramirez painstakingly recollects leaving California to live her dream as a music journalist.   
Vulnerability_final_092116_flat.jpg
yellowdress_final_092116_flat.jpg
dreams_final_092116_flat.jpg

Several illustrations for Erika Ramirez's autobiographical book, Too Much

What would you tell your younger self? Love harder? Speak louder? Run, don't walk? Too Much takes a glimpse back at the days of a 20-something looking for love, falling hard, and finding herself in New York City. Through a revised series of blog entries, originally published 10 years earlier, writer Erika Ramirez painstakingly recollects leaving California to live her dream as a music journalist.

 

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