P.S.: What I Didn't Say

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Megan McMorris
Da Capo Press, Oct 27, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 280 pages
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Have you ever had something you wanted to say to a friend, but couldn’t? Ever wished you could go back in time to say something you didn’t? Female friendships are some of the most powerful and beautiful relationships in our lives, but it can sometimes be hard to express our true sentiments to these friends. Whether it be pride, fear, feelings, or circumstance that stand in the way, each of us likely has something we wish we could say to someone, but haven’t. In P.S., Megan McMorris collects these sentiments, as an anthology of unsent letters written by a range of women. For the friend who’s been there for you through everything, the friend you’ve lost touch with, or the friend you’ve wished you could help, P.S. offers a chance to express the unspoken.

A thought-provoking collection, P.S. is sure to resonate with women readers of all ages, from different walks of life.
 

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I saw this book in Anthropologie, so of course, I downloaded it in the store on my Kindle! This is a good girlie, BFF kind of book. P.S. is a series of short-stories/letters penned by various ... Read full review

Contents

The We of Me
1
Not Sometimes but Always
17
The Mother of All Adventures
35
Fireflies
49
What Comes True
63
An OntheRoad Friendship
67
A Voice from the Future
87
You Dont Know Me but You Changed My Life
105
Plain as the Nose on My Face
119
Twenty Years Later
123
The Last Letter
155
The Mommy Wars Killed Our Friendship
173
Wish Id Told You the Last Time I Saw You
191
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Megan McMorris is a freelance writer based in Portland, OR. She is the editor of Woman’s Best Friend: Women Writers on the Dogs In Their Lives and Cat Women: Female Writers on Their Feline Friends, and has written guides to hiking in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Her outdoors column, Misadventures, will appear in The Oregonian beginning in June 2009. Megan has also written for Real Simple, Glamour, Cooking Light, Prevention, Fitness, SELF, Woman’s Day, and Shape, among others.

Contributors include Gayle King, Megan McCafferty, Jacquelyn Mitchard, and Dimity McDowell.

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