"I was able to identify with this mother losing her child, and feel anger with the truck driver, etc. Only a skilled writer has that much influence over her readers. Congratulations for weaving an interesting story line and entertaining us as well as making us think about what death means. I thought the complication of having Aunt Rose there to greet her added a lot to the storyline, and also gave the reader reassurance that all will be well when it is our turn. Well done." - Judge, Writer's Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards
About the Author
Crissi Langwell is the author of fiction novels, A Symphony of Cicadas
, Forever Thirteen,
and her newest release, The Road to Hope
. She has also written a book of poetry titled Everything I Am Not Saying
, as well as her book, Golf Balls, Eight Year Olds & Dual Paned Windows
, a collection of essays on single-parenting that once appeared in her newspaper column with the Press Democrat.
lives in Northern California with her husband and their blended family
of three kids. Find out more at her website, crissilangwell.com.Follow Crissi Langwell on Facebook at facebook.com/AuthorCrissiLangwell, or on Twitter @CrissiLangwell.