I’ve always told my daughter, my beautiful, athletic, terrific person of a daughter that I accepted my fatness. I thought that by admitting it to her, she’d see what was lacking in me and make sure she didn’t make the same mistakes. Then one day, when this gorgeous attractive teenager told me she thought she was fat and ugly, I had another one of those brain spirals like I did in 8th grade. This has to be another nightmare.
If Rhode Island author Kelly Kittel's book Breathe is anything like her blog post, get ready for a powerful ride. My interest is certainly piqued. If yours is too, visit her on Saturday December 5th at the ARIA Book Expo. Here's to life, loss, and the pull of gravity ... http://marthareynoldswrites.com/2015/11/04/nov-4-meet-ri-author-kelly-kittel/