So Far

Growing up the fifth child in a family scarred by an abusive father and a mentally unstable mother, Cristina Negrón feels scared, worthless, powerless, and alone. All that begins to change when she discovers running, until she considers herself “the most normal person on the planet.” That is, until one terrible day when the mental illness that destroyed her mother and sister targets her, too. More

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Published: Oct. 05, 2013
Words: 80,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301819751
About Cristina Negron

Cristina Negrón holds a B.A. in literature from West Chester University and a master’s degree in creative writing from Wilkes University. She worked as a senior editor at Runner’s World magazine for 10 years. Seven years in the making, So Far is her first full-length book; it helped her realize how much she prefers writing short pieces. They can be found on her websites and She lives with her husband, the wondrous Amby Burfoot, who puts up with her whining, and two gorgeous cats, who don’t listen to her, for the most part.


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