Bandit, a Daughter's Memoir is such an exceptional memoir that I'm not sure I can do it justice.
Memory comes back to us in bits and pieces, discordant vignettes that we try to stitch into a … Continue reading >>
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Rare is the person who can look honestly at their life and relationship patterns, and then act on what they see. Many of us stumble through, blaming bad luck or bad … Continue reading >>
Dark Twin, Coin of Rulve: Book Two is “A richly-imagined tale of the struggle between the persistence of goodness and the corruption of power within the heart of a single youth—an absorbing follow-up … Continue reading >>
Imagine a woman erased from her family's history. Imagine her being buried in a small town cemetery with no identifying markers on her gravestone, other than she was somebody's wife. What's more, … Continue reading >>
How can anyone read a book while they walk? I've seen this woman in the Mount Avon Cemetery before, book held in one hand, eyes fixed on the page, as she winds her way through. She walks briskly, too, … Continue reading >>
Author Meg Farrell was born and raised in Mississippi, where she and her husband still make their home. Always a voracious reader, Meg dreamed that one day she would become a writer. She completed the … Continue reading >>