What a great blog post, what an amazing writer – and what a fantastic book. Read about it – you won’t regret, I promise.
Micki Peluso, a writer and dear friend, out of the State of New York, wrote her first book after her daughter met her untimely death, which was caused by a drunken driver. However, And The Whippoorwill Sang is more than a book detailing the loss surrounding the suffering of her family and herself as a mother. It is a short chronicle of the golden age when women’s rights were still practically unacknowledged, and Gloria Steinem was slowly becoming a household word. The book is witty and filled with wisdom; it is sad, and yet filled with joy.
I have read the book, and I have re-read certain chapters several times because Micki has a way of putting words on paper that make you laugh even though you may want to cry.
And The Whippoorwill Sang is being offered at a reduced price this week. If you haven’t read it, it…
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