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“I loved the tone of this honest, thoughtful memoir: heartbreaking and real, without the slightest hint of self-pity.”
—ELIZABETH GILBERT, AUTHOR OF EAT, PRAY, LOVE AND COMMITTED
“Stacy Morrison’s memoir is as sweet as it is sad, both honest as an anvil and full of genuine hope. Morrison’s buoyant prose and hard-earned wisdom make the mess and roar of love, however difficult, all seem worthwhile.”
—Karen Karbo, author of The Stuff of Life: A Daughter’s Memoir
“I loved it. Raw, wonderful, honest, brash, truth-telling—Falling Apart in One Piece is a story about learning to let go and come to terms with the journey of life. It is a book for anyone whose life has just taken an unexpected turn and who needs to be reminded that not only can they be happy again, but that the human spirit is capable of great resilience.” —Lee Woodruff, author of Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress
Stacy Morrison is the editor in chief of Redbook magazine. Under her guidance, the magazine has found new vibrancy and relevance for today’s generations, winning a Folio award for General Excellence (2005), a Clarion award for General Excellence (2007), and a National Magazine Award nomination for Personal Service (2006). She has appeared as an expert on women, love, sex, money and more on the Today Show, CNN Headline News, CNN Moneyline, and The Early Show, among many other TV programs.
Before becoming editor in chief of Redbook magazine, she was Executive Editor at Marie Claire, working on the international advocacy projects, and had previously been the editor in chief of Modern Bride magazine and the venture-funded dot.com/magazine about design, One (which won three Ozzie awards in its short lifespan). She was also a part of the launches of Conde Nast Sports for Women, Time Out New York, and Mirabella magazine.
She lives in Brooklyn with her 4-year-old son, Zack, whose father is at the house many, many times a week.See all Editorial Reviews
Wish I would have written this book myself. I think that she worded this perfectly with all the doubts, all the sadness and the pain. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brandi Hamerstone
I have been reading everything I can find to help me understand my recent split with my husband. This book is well written and offers a good look at surviving and even thriving... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cheryl
I really wanted to like this book. I kept waiting for the self discovery and survival to arrive, but it never really did and I never caught much of a glimpse of the self... Read morePublished on July 5, 2011 by TobieH
Everyone's divorce story is different yet so similar. I myself divorced my high school sweetheart after discovering he had been sleeping with an acquaintance of ours. Read morePublished on July 3, 2011 by Jeanette Stingley
Submitted this order on May 20th. Charges have been charged to my credit card. Have not recieved this book and would appreciate some to check into this and reply back to me ASAP. Read morePublished on June 21, 2011 by Irene Wetzel
Sigh, I knew this book would bring tears to my eyes and at points, it did. The best books always evoke some sort of emotion and this one will have you on a roller coaster. Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Mary Bookhounds
Falling apart in one piece: One optimist's journey through the hell of divorce is author, Stacy Morrison's memoir. Read morePublished on March 21, 2011 by Cheryl Koch
What I Can Tell You:
I read this book last night in just a few hours. Stacy has lived through one of my biggest fears. Being married is hard work. Read more
the book was received in a timely manner and the condition was pristine. i would recommend this seller again and again.Published on February 22, 2011 by mimi