THE FORGIVING KIND by Donna Everhart
There are tons of quotes about death, and one of the most well known is, “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” ~William Shakespeare A variation of this line was used towards the end of one of my favorite


THE FORGIVING KIND by Donna Everhart
“This is a story of family, friendship, prejudice and resilience and the details in this novel, will have you cheering for Sonny and her family, and holding your breath at times as you turn the pages!”  ~Laurie P., Reviewer “The character development was absolutely fabulous,


THE FORGIVING KIND by Donna Everhart
I don’t like to use the word hate, but in this case it applies. I hate arguing. If I’m having a disagreement with someone, all I want to do is “fix” whatever has gone wrong. I want whatever caused the problem to go away. I


THE FORGIVING KIND by Donna Everhart
Did you know there are 171,476 words in use in the English language with 47,156 that are obsolete? (Source, Oxford Dictionaries) Neither did I. Here comes a small reason I sometimes say writing is a hair pulling exercise. I’m sure I’m not the only one


THE FORGIVING KIND by Donna Everhart
“Reminiscent of the novels of Lee Smith, Kaye Gibbons, and Sandra Dallas, Everhart builds a firm sense of place, portraying the tiredness and hope of a dry southern summer and voicing strong southern women.”  Booklist on THE FORGIVING KIND I was in the kitchen baking cookies


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the forgiving kind by Donna Everhart
“Reminiscent of the novels of Lee Smith, Kaye Gibbons, and Sandra Dallas, Everhart builds a firm sense of place, portraying the tiredness and hope of a dry southern summer and voicing strong southern women.”  Booklist on THE FORGIVING KIND *** Do you know whether or not


the forgiving kind by Donna Everhart
“Reminiscent of the novels of Lee Smith, Kaye Gibbons, and Sandra Dallas, Everhart builds a firm sense of place, portraying the tiredness and hope of a dry southern summer and voicing strong southern women.”  Booklist on THE FORGIVING KIND *** I remember sixth grade, of


the forgiving kind by Donna Everhart
What sort circumstances would make you unable to eat? What would affect you to the point of feeling physically ill at the idea of it? For me, losing “the girls,” Bella and Kiwi was one of those times. They both developed Stage IV kidney disease


the forgiving kind by Donna Everhart
A couple of days before Thanksgiving, I began preparations for our holiday dinner with family. With approximately fifteen people showing up, it takes a lot of planning/coordination, so I try and start early as I can. There is so much to be thankful for this year


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