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Living Right Paperback – April 15, 2016
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About the Author
Laila Ibrahim is the acclaimed author of the best-selling novel, Yellow Crocus. The characters in Living Right came to her while she was on a road trip through the Sierra Nevada mountains soon after she legally married her wife, Rinda. She's a devout Unitarian Universalist determined to plant seeds of love and justice in our hurting world. Ibrahim lives in a cohousing community in Berkeley, California, and is a mother of two young adult daughters. She's grateful to be a full-time writer, excited to be working on a sequel to Yellow Crocus. She loves hearing from readers and calling/Skyping into book clubs. www.lailaibrahim.com
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As someone who works with homeless youth, I can attest to the many LGBTQ youth who are on the streets because of family rejection. The high incidence of suicide among gay teens is also accurate. I'm so grateful that the author brought this to the attention of readers. Thank you!
The window into the conflicts and pressures facing a child who is trying to come out to their family was heartwrenching.