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I have read a few of the authors other books and while she's not one of my "must read" authors, I have enjoyed some of her other work.
She has a skill in her writing from creating characters that a reader connects to and she uses words and phrases that are heartfelt and realistic.
The plot seemed too predictable, the characters weren't that interesting, and I felt the writer meandered around too much throughout the story.
I love elizabeth berg. Her writing is clear and simple and true. Reading her work is like having coffee with my best friend. Entertaining, comfortable, easy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sharon Rainey
I had high hopes for this book but was disappointed all around. The characters were unlikable, to the point of being annoying. Read morePublished 3 months ago by a.hoffman
I am a big fan of Elizabeth Berg, but felt that this was not one of her best works. What started out mediocre ended up to be sappy and too predictable, gave mind to some dime store... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sherry K. Nomura
This book is about a writer who has writer's block. She talks about the very real pressure for popular authors re: reviews, royalties, etc. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Miss Darcy
E. Berg has not written a 'bad' novel in all that I have read. She keeps nuggets of wisdom and life mantras in every book.Published 7 months ago by connie lin
I am listening to this book on tape and am infuriated by Helen- her weakness, refusal to face realty, her incessant whining and her relationship with her daughter. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Janet Hiser
Helen is a newly widowed writer who has lost the ability to write. In her grief she hovers over her only child obsessively and flounders about. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
All her books are amazing and make you reflect and feel good about life.I have spent a small fortune on her books and cannot stop reading them. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Cabitas