Stevie Turner’s Review of D.G Kaye’s Memoir ‘Conflicted Hearts’. | Lit World Interviews

D.G. Kaye's books

I have been fortunate to have been on vacation for quite some time and in doing so, having more good fortune finding quite a few of my books reviewed while I’ve been away. As we all know as writers, what an honor and thrill it is to receive a wonderful review, it’s also important that we share these reviews to also give recognition to those readers who’ve taken the time to read our work and then to review it. I’d like to thank author/blogger Stevie Turner for her wonderful review of my book, Conflicted Hearts, and for sharing her review on Litworldinterviews.

 

Conflicted Hearts, D.G. Kaye

 

5 out of 5 stars!

I must write about how much I enjoyed D. G Kaye’s memoir ‘Conflicted Hearts’.  The troublesome relationship that the author has with her mother mirrors episodes in my own life, and I can empathise regarding feelings that ensue from the author wanting to stay away from the negativity of her mother’s narcissistic ways and try to carry on with her own life, but at the same time suffering an overwhelming guilt at staying away for long periods of time.

D.G Kaye is a strong-minded woman and a fearless lone traveller, who is always trying to please her mother.  However, I have found, as the author has, that some people just cannot be pleased no matter what is done to help them.  Sometimes it’s a case of standing back, taking a deep breath, and either walking away or growing a thick skin.

I admire the author’s courage in writing this memoir. Continue Reading . . .

 

Source: Stevie Turner’s Review of D.G Kaye’s Memoir ‘Conflicted Hearts’. | Lit World Interviews

25 thoughts on “Stevie Turner’s Review of D.G Kaye’s Memoir ‘Conflicted Hearts’. | Lit World Interviews

    1. Thank you Adele. Yes, it seems from the reviews received for this book that it strikes a chord with many, and I hope that it offers some insight for those who can relate. ❤

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    1. I know, and thank you. It’s been such a treat visiting blogs and coming across reviews this past month for my own books. Nothing more gratifying for us writers. 🙂

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    1. Thanks for your interest Norah. I can certainly say I wrote a few books on dysfunctional childhoods that carry over to adulthood. I’m blessed to have come out somewhat sane, many don’t. 🙂

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