Family makes us who we are. But how do we reshape the parts that don't work?
Author Meredith Fields’ formerly placid suburban existence is shattering, and she’s not entirely unhappy about it. She feels guilty over placing her mother, Katherine, in a nursing home. Her husband, Keith, wants a divorce. She’s emotionally estranged from her children. And her next book is overdue.
As she sorts through her mother’s house before selling, she finds clues to Katherine’s shadowy past. She begins to understand why her mother related so poorly to her children and is shaken by parallels in her relationships with her own children.
HERE COMES SPRING AND SUMMER!
NALA BEING NALA
When Meredith finds a journal she kept in her twenties, she is reminded of the love she once felt for Keith, and the extent of her loss settles in. A series of crises forces them to confront their relationship, but will it be enough to put Meredith on the path to mending her shattered family and life?
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years in print!
time machine of a novel."
~ Mark Spencer, author
"...a compelling read."
~ Kirkus Reviews
Dear friends and visitors,
Den and Nala and I are settled in at our new home and looking forward to making the outdoors as unique to us as the indoors has become. We continue to enjoy the wide open spaces of rural living on our nearly 11 acres, but also have easier access to such civilized necessities as shopping facilities and a selection of eateries and health care.
We also were sidetracked when Den was diagnosed with cancer. I'm happy to say he is recovering well from surgery and has an excellent prognosis. From this experience we have been reminded of the importance of living for today and not focusing exclusively on the future.
I hope this finds you healthy and ready to welcome the seasons that make living in the northeast so addictive!