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"Hannah Trowbridge's memoir is a delight to read. Written in an inimitable style that is as relaxed and approachable as she is, her story seems to sing to us of interesting days and adventures as well as the more complex and painful events of a life fully lived. Humorous and wry, Hannah's vignettes convey a wholesomeness and poignancy that are the backbone of a good memoir. A short comment can't do justice to the pleasure of reading this book-it is a journey well worth taking with her." -Claudia Bepko, author of The Heart's Progress "Trowbridge appears on the literary scene with the rare skill of a true raconteur! Her story is witty and wise, written with refreshing, folksy, earnestness. Beginning with that very first catapult from innocence into adulthood, she faces life's deepest joys and most desperate heartbreaks with pragmatism and grace, humor and humility. You will laugh with her, cry with her, and learn a lot along the way." -Abby George, freelance editor "From wealth to poverty, death of a child, completing a triathlon at age 70, and questioning her sexual identity, Hannah draws the reader along through the joys, anguish and adventure of living life authentically. You will want to read the next page to find out what happens next and ask yourself, could I have dealt with these unexpected twists and turns of life with such humor and grace. A remarkably engaging memoir." -Toni Rees, Ph.D.
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Book Description Deer Run Press, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1937869032