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Kat Folland was born in 1970 and adopted six weeks later by some really excellent people who, for some reason, opted to keep her. She grew up comfortably middle class – you could be comfortable in the middle class in those days – getting a fairly useless degree in History and an even more useless minor in Anthropology. Dabbling in writing all her life, she finally got around to finishing a novel in her forties, and is now publishing with some regularity.
on Sep. 30, 2012 :
I've known people who have gone through the ordeal of Breast Cancer (and my own father died of bladder cancer in July), and I cannot believe the bravery it must have taken to write these events as they went on. Honestly, I've had some trouble even reading parts that hit too close to home (after my father's experiences)... but then I go back to them and make myself. Raw and powerful, even with the occasional mundane details which remind you that this isn't fiction or stylized, but what you actually went through.
Thank you for publishing this. Best of luck and good health to you.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Sep. 27, 2012 :
Almost halfway through. My hat is off to you. Bravo!!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)