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About the Author

Megan McMorris is a freelance writer based in Portland, OR. She is the editor of Woman’s Best Friend: Women Writers on the Dogs In Their Lives and Cat Women: Female Writers on Their Feline Friends, and has written guides to hiking in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Her outdoors column, Misadventures, will appear in The Oregonian beginning in June 2009. Megan has also written for Real Simple, Glamour, Cooking Light, Prevention, Fitness, SELF, Woman’s Day, and Shape, among others.

Contributors include Gayle King, Megan McCafferty, Jacquelyn Mitchard, and Dimity McDowell.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Seal Press (September 14, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1580052908
  • ISBN-13: 978-1580052900
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.7 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,913,883 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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After reading an excerpt from this newly published book in Good Housekeeping I decided to purchase the book. It has not let me down and I am halfway through. It is a collection of letters from various people. It is a book that you can read at your own pace and each letter is different. They are letters from various female writers and I have enjoyed all of them.
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I enjoyed this book so much that I'm buying two more as gifts. "P.S." also put me in mind of long time friends and pushed me to call my friend that I've know since 3rd grade. The stories are all different and wonderful in their own right. You'll enjoy the book!
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I'm very partial to this book, being a contributing author but have been blown away reading excerpts from all the chapters and grown to love each and every one. Happy reading!
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Female friendships are some of the most wonderful, powerful, and sometimes complicated relationships in women's lives. Have you ever had something you wanted to say to a friend, but couldn't? Have you ever wished you could go back in time to say something you didn't? In P.S. What I Didn't Say, Megan McMorris brings together a collection of unsent letters written by a wide range of female writers to friends both current, past and deceased, covering, in the editor's words, "BFFs, frenemies, and everything in between."

From the touching The We of Me by Jacquelyn Mitchard about the kind of friendship that is so intense that it survives even a five year period of silence, to Kristina Wright's The Last Letter about a friendship with an older woman that took place almost entirely through letters, to McMorris' own contribution What Would Diane Do about the kind of true friendship that endures, P.S. provides a glimpse into the private thoughts and emotions of the writers. Each reader will, no doubt, find parallels to her own life - remembering the grade school friend who moved across the country, but still remains a vivid memory, or the college pal who has remained a trusted friend despite infrequent contact.

This book will help women better understand some of their own complicated friendships, and perhaps, provide the inspiration to get in touch with long lost, but not forgotten friends. It will definitely make the reader treasure her own friendships, and perhaps serve as a reminder that it's always better to say what you need to say while you still can, rather than wait until it may be too late. A beautiful compilation, this book should go on every woman's reading, and gift, list.
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