I was pleasantly surprised while checking out a few blogs while on vacation and finding this wonderful review of my book Conflicted Hearts, reviewed by a most informative blogger and great book reviewer, Marsha Ingrao.
LOOKING FOR AN EASY READ MEMOIR?
Is that even possible, an easy read memoir? Almost by definition, a remarkable memoir must have a conflict or opposition that makes it memorable. At times it draws tears, uneasy drops that remind us of sad or hard times in our lives. By easy read memoir, I don’t mean that the emotional conflicts melt like butter in your brain. No!
Kaye gave up her childhood to fill the gap in her family left by her mother. She became a capable leader. Any of us who have accomplished any of our dreams probably had a dream quencher in our lives somewhere. Kaye’s mother tried to squelch her spirit. In this easy read memoir, Kaye describes how she squirmed out of her mother’s constricting grasp and maintained sanity in the family. Continue Reading . . .
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