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I loved this anthology. Each essay brought me an original voice and a quirky new point of view. Where to start? Joan Scott’s problem with books and paper is one I share, as anyone peering into my office would know. Ms. Scott’s essay is humorous, but all moods are here from sad, to upbeat, despairing to resigned. Of all thirty essays—I would have a difficult time choosing my favorites. M.E. Hughes did a terrific job of choosing writers of fictions and turning them loose on the essay form with such a provocative but nebulous topic. Letting Go. Another element I liked was not only the voices but the variety of locales. Every essay felt like a new adventure. At the end, I really hated to let to of Letting Go. Highly recommended.
If the authors I've read thus far are any indication, this book is pretty fantastic.