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Toddie Downs is a freelance writer and editor who lives in Snoqualmie, Washington with her children, long-suffering spouse, and skittish cat. Because she’s never figured out what she wants to be when she grows up, she is also a practicing pediatric speech-language pathologist who dreams of one day owning a yarn store. Her award-winning articles and essays have been published in over twenty regional and national magazines as well as all over the internet.
...about multiple generations of moms and daughters and all the complexities of finding yourself, understanding your history and forgiveness, given to others and oneself.Published 3 months ago by ccammarano
Each of the protagonists in this novel face life crises that cause them to reflect on who they wish to be. The author creates engaging characters and realistic life struggles. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Prindaville
It was readable but I just couldn't get what the author was trying to say.Published 13 months ago by Jody
This book gets only two stars because of the ending---or non-ending, as it were. Overall, there was a lack of character development and there seemed to be too many themes going on... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Marlene E.
Interesting spin on growing up and family dynamics. Throughout the book I felt Jane was left out and misunderstood. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Linda Moreland
I really enjoyed this book. I was very moved by the relationship between the little boy and Jane.Published 15 months ago by Miriam
This was a good book about a young depressed girl that finds herself. First she has to learn to care about someone else, and try to help them have a better life. Enjoyable read.Published 15 months ago by REGasper
Well written and interesting. Made me think about seeing the world in a different way. I now point out joy when I pass something, big or small, that gives me joy and I let it make... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Anne
These stories were real. As a reader I could relate to the family dealing with a mother and grandmother who had been a very difficult person with Alzheimers, as well as their own... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ann Baker