A-Z WEDNESDAY — EPILOGUE — DEC. 8

 

Welcome to A-Z Wednesday, hosted by Vicki, at Reading at the Beach.  Every week, we join together to celebrate books “alphabetically.”

Here’s how it works….

Post:
1~ a photo of the book
2~ title and synopsis
3~ link(amazon, barnes and noble etc.)
4~ Come back to Reading At The Beach and leave your link in the comments.
5~ If you’ve already reviewed the book, add the link.

This week’s letter:  Author – First or Last Name – “R”

 

Today’s author is Anne Roiphe, who has written many books that I have enjoyed.  Epilogue is a memoir written in the author’s later years.

On Amazon, I found this tidbit:

Grief is in two parts, writes Roiphe (Fruitful; 1185 Park Avenue). The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life. In her new memoir of late-life widowhood, she encounters the latter….

Here’s my review.

What books did you find today?  I hope you’ll stop by and share some comments and links.

 

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8 thoughts on “A-Z WEDNESDAY — EPILOGUE — DEC. 8

  1. My mom lived it, but she was a young widow. My dad died at age 43 of brain cancer. She should write a book! Your Christmas Boyds bears in the header has prompted me to get mine out and get some decorations up! ;o)

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    • Oh, wow, I’m sorry to hear that, Nise. Yes, I have discovered that writing helps with the catharsis.

      As for the Boyds Bears, I started collecting them in the early nineties, but in 2002, when I started working for a private foster care agency, I was inspired by one of my colleagues whose office was a literal playground of dolls and bears. The ones in my header were part of my office decorations that year.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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