Tag Archives: poignant

Book Review: The Murderer’s Daughters

Randy Susan Meyers‘ The Murderer’s Daughters has been on my to read shelf since 2010. That’s a crime because this book is so beautifully written. I savored it on my train rides to and from the city in February and March. Finishing … Continue reading

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Reblog: Winsomebella’s What If

As I’m in NY for the week, I thought I’d share one of the most beautiful posts I’ve read in 2013. Winsomebella writes about her mother with such poignancy. I had to share this tender moment with all of you. … Continue reading

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