Throwing Like a Girl

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Throwing Like a Girl is an ensemble novel—an arc of intertwined stories about longtime friends. The book opens with Ellen accosted in an alley. The aftermath forces her to admit that she’s got unanswered questions. As she struggles to figure out her life during six event-filled days at her best friend side, Ellen and her friends forge new opportunities for creative living in spite of the laundry More

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About Robin Bourjaily

Robin Bourjaily writes in Des Moines, IA, where she teaches yoga and Poses & Prose workshops. A graduate of the University of Iowa master’s degree program in creative nonfiction, Robin is surprised and delighted to find herself writing fiction. Information about yoga and workshops with Robin may be discovered at Throwing Like a Girl is her first novel.

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susanaustin100 reviewed on March 2, 2015

I read the book, cover to cover, on a snowy day all curled up in my favorite chair. With each women's story and tangled past I was pulled in a bit deeper. I tell myself I could have stopped (reading that is), but somehow nothing else seemed as important on that day as making another hot tea and finding out more.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
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