“What these letters offer . . . is hope—hope that those who read them will understand that there is a future where the road not taken is no longer regretted, and, in the end, the choices we make, make us who we are.” —Boston Globe
I found this book as I was looking for a gift for my daughter's college graduation.
This beautiful book is for every woman who is seeking insight, perspective and wisdom on life -- and isn't every woman?
The letters in this book are redundant, the situations in each letter are very specific and hard to relate.
Interesting reading, what women would write to themselves when they were a younger age. Lots of it rings very true.Published 19 days ago by Susan Marx
Although i was already somewhat unsure with the idea behind this book, I picked it up because I was intrigued. However, I found that overall did not work at all for me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SF
It started out well, had some good ideas, but nothing that wasn't pretty obvious or predictable. Similar to other books on this topic,Published 5 months ago by Melissa Lyckberg
Not only is the concept for this book quite elegant, but the letters themselves are also moving and profound. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dorie Clark
I was looking forward to reading this. I have always been intrigued by the idea of letters to yourself and how life would turn out if you only knew then what you know now. Read morePublished 8 months ago by dreaming of the sun