Monthly Archives: August 2017

I LIKED MY LIFE BY by Abby Fabiaschi a book review

FICTION: Maddy chose to be a stay-at-home mom instead of having a business career. She’s good at it and is revered for her wisdom, positive thinking, and generosity. At times she feels as though her husband and daughter take her efforts for granted. When she leaps off the roof of the library where she volunteers, the town is shocked. Her husband Brady and daughter Eve wonder what they have done to make Maddy do such a thing. Maddy doesn’t quite leave them. She watches from above and tries to guide them toward happiness by choosing Rory to fill her place. This is a riveting story full of wisdom about life, death, and love. Highly recommend it!

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MY HUSBAND IS GAY, a woman’s guide to surviving the crisis by Carol Grever- book review

To learn after 30 years of marriage that your husband is gay must have been a devastating revelation for the author.  She writes of it in order to help other women that may face the same situation. She shares with us her loneliness and sadness, shock, and disorientation she experienced.  She struggled through, eventually sorted out her own life, talked with others in the same situation and managed to return to being  a wholesome, happy woman. This is a good book to read to understand the lives of others, especially when they are so different than our own.  I highly recommend it!

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TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY by Patricia H-F Moore- BOOK REVIEW

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This memoir of a young girl, surviving the blitz of London during WWII, the death of her father, Illness, and poverty gives insight to another time and another life. She gets a chance to convalesce in the beautiful Alps of Switzerland. She faces people she has never met in a country she’s never been to, and doesn’t have a clue about the language they are speaking. This gentle and touching story gives the reader a something a bit different from the usual WW II memoirs. Her life is redirected, opening vast opportunities to her in later life by a couple whose generosity is very welcome. It’s wonderful to read about good people doing good things in life that benefit others.

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