The article included Amanda’s mug shot. Her forehead was creased with tension, but except for her dark hair in the disarray, she looked . . . How did she look? Dazed? Spent? In surrender?I could not tell, standing at my kitchen counter, holding the morning’s first cup of coffee. What did I expect a mother who had just dropped her children off a bridge to look like?
It was on my kindle / audible unlimited so I started listening ... two hours ago. It seems oddly appropriate for Ash Wednesday.
You do know that most of us turn away from horrors like this. You, otoh, not only run toward the bridge to see the whole picture but persuade us to lean over the railing as well
This book is fantastic! I love Nancy's writing style and the story itself really drew me in.
Wow. This is excellent. Pulled me right in. I lived in Portland for a minute so I could see all of this. Love Hepola too; I’ll check her stack out. I write fiction and non on my stack. Your book sounds fascinating. Hope it sells many copies!
‘Sincere American Writing’