Writing Home: Collected Essays and and Newspaper Columns from 1992-2004

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Hearth Stone Books, Jan 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 294 pages
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Presents essays and articles which address such key issues as losing a parent, aging gracefully, reinventing family traditions, facing the empty nest, and finding deeper meaning in the small but defining moments of everyday life.

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Review: Writing Home: Collected Essays and and Newspaper Columns from 1992-2004

User Review  - Cynthia Harrison - Goodreads

Cindy LaFerle is a fearless and tender writer. Her creative non-fiction pieces have a way of getting to the heart of what it feels like to be here, at this time in history, in our country. She blends ... Read full review

Review: Writing Home: Collected Essays and and Newspaper Columns from 1992-2004

User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

Kind of like reading better-than-average, pre-blog, blog entries. Each chapter stands alone and explores a single idea, usually about motherhood or life in Michigan. I really enjoyed her perspective and found her take on life to be calming and introspective, without being too serious. Read full review

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