Tanya Savko

Biography

Tanya Savko is the author of the novels Slip, Enough to Go Around, and the award-winning website TeenAutism.com. She has contributed to several anthologies, including Sisters Born, Sisters Found and Wit and Wisdom from the Parents of Special Needs Kids. Born in Los Angeles, she currently lives in southern Oregon with her family. For more information, visit www.tanyasavko.com.

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Enough to Go Around
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 78,090. Language: English. Published: May 14, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Three generations of an American family each stare down their demons and learn what it really means to live, die, and forgive. From the matriarch who immigrated years ago from Czechoslovakia, to her daughter dying of cancer, to her son’s wife struggling with bipolar, this story blends past and present, love and loss into everything about families that is complex and fallible – but also rewarding.
Slip
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 120,840. Language: English. Published: July 15, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
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Andrew, by all outward appearances, lives a normal life. He has a beautiful wife, Erica, and two great kids, Nathan and Eileen. But behind closed doors, normal is slipping away from a depressed and anxious Andrew. Nathan’s recent diagnosis of autism leaves Andrew grasping at therapies and Erica, who moves into an apartment, in denial. How will things ever be normal again?

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  • Reversible Skirt on March 14, 2013

    I very much enjoyed this engaging, highly descriptive book. I have a parent who grew up in a household that sounds very much like the one in the story, and this book helped me to understand some of my parent's beliefs and fears that in turn affected me while growing up. I recommend this book to anyone who knows someone who grew up in an abusive family - it will make a difference in how you see things with that person, and it will give you a deep respect for the person who survived and thrived.