This time of year encompasses several birthdays, including mine and my book's.

Yes, two (!!) years ago, Signature Editions released my essay collection, Reverberations: A Daughter's Meditations on Alzheimer's. 

Recently, the current president of the Northwestern Ontario Writers Workshop (NOWW), a regional writing organization, posted a review on the NOWW blog. Here's a quote:

There’s much sadness here, yet we also see humour (the many conflicting ways to make perfect devilled eggs), the defining and deepening of the author’s love for her parents, the realization of her dream to live full-time on the big lake, the kindling of an autumn romance, and the arrival of a certain understanding …  

To read the rest, go here.

Many thanks to NOWW President Clayton Bye for reading and writing this review--and to NOWW for posting it, and for all the other programming it offers to writers in the region.