One Woman, One Opinion: Let's Talk about Everything!by Linda Pascale-Wright
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In this world, everyone has an opinion. Welcome to the wild, wonderful, and weird world of author Linda Pascale, an ordinary woman and mother whose spin on things is anything but. What’s so great about being a human being, you ask? When you finally lose your mind, you can put it on paper and get it published! Here, Linda shares her opinions without any filters on the things you’re probably thinking about too: Friends: “In my opinion, to find even one good friend among all the people in your life in this big world is a gift, and a very rare one. Some people go a lifetime without experiencing that feeling, and that is a shame.” Marriage: “For those of you who are married, you’ll be able to relate to what I will say on this subject. For those of you on your second and maybe third marriages, you may laugh the hardest. For those of you who will be getting married for the first time, please don’t take anything I say personally and do not let it change your mind about anything.” As she says often, life is short, so why waste any of it being angry or sad? Live it up and laugh it up with her as she shares her thoughts on the daily experience of being a woman, a wife, and a mom.
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Linda Pascale-Wright is my new favorite Author. She's funny she's sincere, she's honest, she lays it out there and doesn't care. Everything she says in her book is so true and I have gone through some of it. I love her sense of humor! Only bad thing..it didn't last..Hope she writes more in the future..5 stars without a doubt!!!! I'll be looking for more of her work in the future!
This heartfelt and endearing novel cuts straight to the point and to the heart. The author is not overly descriptive and yet her words are rich with meaning. I can relate to many of her chapters, and even though some topics caused me to grab for the tissue box, it was raw and real. And honest. I loved it. Truly.
Love,Love,Loved this book. You will love it too I'm sure. This was a very easy read...You don't have to read the same line again and again to understand it. If I were to have any complaint about this book, it would be that there wasn't enough. I found myself saying "how true is that" on several chapters. Linda has a terrific sense of humor and a loving heart towards her family and friends. I wish her success and just can't wait to read another one of her books. That's just my "Opinion"