Those of us who have brothers or sisters have experienced the joys of sibling rivalry, but the sisters in our December book club selection The Mill River Redemption haven’t spoken to each other in years. Today From Left to Write members are discussing Darcie Chan’s novel set in charming Mill River:
- Rebecca at Life of an Army Wife learned the hidden inheritance is a lasting love of a parent for a child
- Val from Children Of The Old School talks about the unfamiliar familiar of visiting her hometown.
- Kate at Kate’s Point of View writes about fighting dirty and the importance of asking for forgiveness.
- Erin from Read-at-Home Mama shares her experience with struggling to keep a major, life-changing secret.
- Kita Bryant of Kokoa Magazine says healing the past is a must for your future.
- Christina Yother at ChristinaYother.com talks how how she defines home.
- Julie from A Good Joe considers the relationship between addiction and forgiveness.
- melanie of tales from the crib reflects on sibling rivalry amongst her four kids.
- Jenn at Momma on the Rocks on holding a grudge (or how she just can’t, no matter how badly she wants to.)
- Alicia S from Titere con Bonete shares thoughts on being a sister and how thankful she is to have hers.
- Jennifer Wolfe of mamawolfe shares a short conversation with her daughter at home.
- Thien-Kim at I’m Not the Nanny loved her childhood bookmobile.
- Dannie from DannieSpeaks realizes that it was OK to walk away.
- Char of I (Don’t) Know Mommy reminisces of her own sibling relationships as well as those of her kids.
- Tracy from Tracy’s Nook has learned that starting over is not the end of the world and can actually be a good thing.
- Ashley at Ashley, Unabashed talks about starting over in life, and how difficult it can be.
- Meghan from Crazy Casa K wonders how she got where she is!
- Stacy at The Novel Life writes about being right or being happy when it comes to family strife.
- Michelle of Honest & Truly! has no relationship with her sister. Is that a bad thing?
- Jennifer from Ramblings of a Semi-Conscious Mastermind Mommy has learned that she was not careful enough…
Did you read The Mill River Redemption? Share your thoughts in the comments below. We’re hosting a Q&A with Darcie Chan next week. Submit your question and it must just end up in our Q&A!
Make sure you enter to win a copy of The Mill River Redemption. Giveaway ends tomorrow! The novel and its The New York Times bestseller companion The Mill River Recluse make a terrific holiday gift!