My Pink Room
By Kathleen Mackey Gallanar
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), kindle
After her father’s extended illness and death, ten-year old Kathleen Mackey captured her experience of loss in a journal including original poetry and the initial pages of an autobiography. After she rediscovers the forgotten childhood journal twenty-five years later, the story continues as the little girl matures into a woman determined to discover life’s happiness in spite of her loss.
Kathleen intends for her childhood memories to remain safely tucked in dusty boxes in her mother’s attic, but her mother has different ideas. She encourages Kathleen to open the chest that holds restless reminders of a carefree youth that was suddenly shattered by death, and Kathleen finds herself overwhelmed with the same confusion and frustration that had haunted her for years after her father died. As she reflects on the impact of her father’s death in everyday events and casual conversations and sets out to once again find joy and meaning in her life. Kathleen weaves original poetry into her narrative, painting a tender portrait of a child’s journey to adulthood.
My Pink Room is an empowering story of perseverance and hope that proves that sorrow does not have to overshadow the joy of life.
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