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“What do you mean you don’t want to have children? Aren’t I a good mother? Haven’t you had a good life?” When my mom asked sixteen-year-old me this question, through tears no less, I wish I’d had Angie Abdou’s book, … Continue reading
When I finished my latest read, Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig, a swirly mass of thoughts that had been, well, swirling around in my brain suddenly solidified. The novel’s protagonist, Miriam Black is not your average hero. One Goodreads reviewer described … Continue reading