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Matt and Liz Logelin were high school sweethearts. After years of long-distance dating, the pair finally settled together in Los Angeles, and they had it all: a perfect marriage, a gorgeous new home, and a baby girl on the way. Liz's pregnancy was rocky, but they welcomed Madeline, beautiful and healthy, into the world on March 24, 2008.

Just twenty-seven hours later, Liz suffered a pulmonary embolism and died instantly, without ever holding the daughter whose arrival she had so...

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Matt and Liz Logelin were high school sweethearts. After years of long-distance dating, the pair finally settled together in Los Angeles, and they had it all: a perfect marriage, a gorgeous new home, and a baby girl on the way. Liz's pregnancy was rocky, but they welcomed Madeline, beautiful and healthy, into the world on March 24, 2008.

Just twenty-seven hours later, Liz suffered a pulmonary embolism and died instantly, without ever holding the daughter whose arrival she had so eagerly awaited. Though confronted with devastating grief and the responsibilities of a new and single father, Matt did not surrender to devastation; he chose to keep moving forward— to make a life for Maddy.

In this memoir, Matt shares bittersweet and often humorous anecdotes of his courtship and marriage to Liz; of relying on his newborn daughter for the support that she unknowingly provided; and of the extraordinary online community of strangers who have become his friends. In honoring Liz's legacy, heartache has become solace.

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Matthew Logelin called it "the saddest, most horrific moment of my life." Just twenty-seven hours after his wife Liz gave birth to tiny Maddy in March 2008, this joyous new mother died of an embolism. The story captured the soul of a nation. On morning television shows, on Oprah, online, and in newspapers, the family's loss and Matt's inspiring efforts to transform his grief his grief into a happy future for Maddy. Since then, his website updating his beloved toddler's progress has been visited by millions. Two Kisses for Maddy tells and shows the full story of a brave man's response to tragedy. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.

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"Heartbreaking, raw, moving and uplifting at the same time." -The Hollywood Reporter

"A tender memoir that combines the deep sadness of loss with the joys of parenthood even under incredibly trying circumstances." -Kirkus Reviews

"In Matthew Logelin's honest and poignant story, we learn a great many lessons about the fragility of life, and about the strength we all can summon to move forward. With two kisses and an open heart, he shows how love can sustain us." -Jeffrey Zaslow, New York Times bestselling coauthor of THE LAST LECTURE

"TWO KISSES FOR MADDY is less a conscious piece of writing than a spontaneous eruption from the heart. It will make you cry but not only out of sadness. Some of your tears will be for the beauty of love and its miraculous power to heal even the deepest wounds." -John Grogan, New York Times bestselling author of MARLEY & ME

"No one wants to read a depressing book. But how can you possibly call depressing what is so filled with love and life and the unstoppable message of how lucky we are to have what we have. Read this book and put your life back in perspective." -Brad Meltzer, New York Times bestselling author of HEROES FOR MY SON

"Almost unparalleled as a raw and unapologetic portrait of grief, TWO KISSES FOR MADDY is a stunning testimony of the kind of love— fated, magnificent— that inspires novels. So vivid, so powerful and pitch-perfect, is his evocation of his beloved Liz that I could hear her laughter and see her face for days after putting the book down." -Claire Fontaine, national bestselling author of COME BACK

"A touching, heartbreaking, and ultimately triumphant story. It offers hope, humor, and a path toward new life, and a priceless lesson about the value of communication in times of trouble." -Jim Beaver, author of LIFE'S THAT WAY and SAG award nominee for Deadwood

"You won't feel the slightest bit of pity for this unintended single father. You'll be cheering Matt Logelin on page after page, laughing and crying with him— and falling in love with Madeline." -Christine Coppa, author of RATTLED!

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"Heartbreaking, raw, moving and uplifting at the same time." -The Hollywood Reporter

"A tender memoir that combines the deep sadness of loss with the joys of parenthood even under incredibly trying circumstances." -Kirkus Reviews

"In Matthew Logelin's honest and poignant story, we learn a great many lessons about the fragility of life, and about the strength we all can summon to move forward. With two kisses and an open heart, he shows how love can sustain us." -Jeffrey Zaslow, New York Times bestselling coauthor of THE LAST LECTURE

"TWO KISSES FOR MADDY is less a conscious piece of writing than a spontaneous eruption from the heart. It will make you cry but not only out of sadness. Some of your tears will be for the beauty of love and its miraculous power to heal even the deepest wounds." -John Grogan, New York Times bestselling author of MARLEY & ME

"No one wants to read a depressing book. But how can you possibly call depressing what is so filled with love and life and the unstoppable message of how lucky we are to have what we have. Read this book and put your life back in perspective." -Brad Meltzer, New York Times bestselling author of HEROES FOR MY SON

"Almost unparalleled as a raw and unapologetic portrait of grief, TWO KISSES FOR MADDY is a stunning testimony of the kind of love-- fated, magnificent-- that inspires novels. So vivid, so powerful and pitch-perfect, is his evocation of his beloved Liz that I could hear her laughter and see her face for days after putting the book down." -Claire Fontaine, national bestselling author of COME BACK

"A touching, heartbreaking, and ultimately triumphant story. It offers hope, humor, and a path toward new life, and a priceless lesson about the value of communication in times of trouble." -Jim Beaver, author of LIFE'S THAT WAY and SAG award nominee for Deadwood

"You won't feel the slightest bit of pity for this unintended single father. You'll be cheering Matt Logelin on page after page, laughing and crying with him-- and falling in love with Madeline." -Christine Coppa, author of RATTLED!

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Logelin becomes a new father and a widower within 27 hours. The next year of his life speeds past in a haze of tears; diapers; memories of his wife, Liz; and, eventually, blogging. Though gutted by grief, Logelin creates a life for himself and his daughter, Maddy, with the help of family and friends of both the in-person and online kind. And he misses Liz every minute.What I Am Telling My Friends Don't underestimate the importance of your "invisible" friends. The thing that distinguishes this sad, sad, story from other misery memoirs is the sweet but not sappy credit Logelin pays to those who helped him along the way. Read it and weep. — "Memoir Short Takes," Booksmack! 1/20/11
Kirkus Reviews

Within hours of giving birth, Liz Logelin died of a pulmonary blood clot, leaving her husband Matt as sole caretaker of their daughter Madeline.

From their first meeting in 1996, they experienced a story-book romance and were blessed with close family and friends, good jobs and a new home. With their first child on the way, things began to fall apart when Liz became so nauseated that she couldn't keep food down and began to lose weight. This affected their unborn child, who was being starved of nutrients. There were other complications, as well. As a result, Liz went on bed rest and was then hospitalized, and the premature delivery of the baby seven weeks before its due date became necessary. Faced with a double calamity—his wife's death and a premature infant to care for—Matt wondered how he could manage. While friends and family rallied around him and his employer gave him generous paid leave of absence, he was completely unprepared for the responsibilities of single-parenthood. The author writes movingly of how his grief mingled with joy as his tiny infant thrived under his care and he began to piece his life back together. Seven months later, with Maddy in day care, he returned to work. Gradually, through the Internet, he met and bonded with others in similar circumstances, and he continued to maintain close ties with his friends and relatives.

A tender memoir that combines the deep sadness of loss with the joys of parenthood even under incredibly trying circumstances.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780446564304
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/14/2011
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Born and bred in Minnesota, Matt Logelin was a project manager at Yahoo! until he left the company to focus on writing this book and raising his daughter, Madeline. The two live in Los Angeles, traveling often to see as much of the world as possible. Please visit them at www.mattlogelin.com

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  • Posted April 8, 2011

    You'll Cry, Laugh ... Truly An Incredible Book.

    I absolutely loved this book! From page one the book is engaging ... You will find yourself welling up with tears at unexpected, incomprehensibly-painful moments ... and then a few pages later, in reading of a much lighter moment, you will catch yourself chuckling out loud (without a care as to whom may see/hear you doing so). In reading the book, you'll find yourself thinking, "I want to be loved like Matt loves Liz!" It is a love story that was meant to end with the words "... and they lived happily ever after." But life, tragically, altered the script. The book offers a life affirming -- and love affirming -- perspective in moving through (not past) grief with hope, perseverance and honoring the life well-lived. You'll definitely want to buy extra copies of the book for the people you cherish. Because a great book, like this one, is meant to be shared not shelved. While the book was written as a gift to the author's wife, Liz, and daughter, Madeline ... it truly is a gift to us all.

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 4, 2011

    LOVED it, but ...

    I am giving the book four stars, because even though I really enjoyed it, the language was loathsome at times. I honestly feel like the bad language served to limit my ability to connect to the author and story. I realize it is a memoir, and Matt was only being honest with his emotions, but I would not be being honest if I gave the book five stars. There were no warnings on the cover regarding the language, so stumbling upon the first f-bomb caught me by surprise. Despite that, I chose to keep going because I had to see how it ended.

    What concerns me most about the book is that he wrote this intending for it to benefit his daughter some day. I would like to think that as a father, he would set higher standards for his daughter. All my life, I never heard my father utter the "f" word. I lost my dad suddenly a month ago (stroke), and we were sitting around sharing memories, and my brother repeated a conversation he had recently with my dad, where my dad exclaimed, "what the f--- was that?!" I told my brother I never heard my dad say that word, to which he said, "he said it." It suddenly occurred to me that I experienced the side of my dad that he "allowed" out of a certain amount of respect for his daughter, and ladies in general. It made me admire him all the more.

    The other thing was that I was surprised to learn that Matt is a "non-believer", especially after his experience in losing Liz. I saw signs of God everywhere, even though he says he does not believe in signs. When the teller at the bank breaks down crying at the sight of Matt's tears, all of the beautiful places on the Earth that Matt and Liz were (extremely) fortunate enough to experience together before she left, the beautiful replica of Liz in Maddy, the fact that he ended up in the same place on Liz's birthday that she was the year before, without him knowing beforehand--and even, the irony that Maddy held her bottle there for the first time ever, must have been a gift for them both to share together--and that's not all. The very way he is responding to the outpour of others' caring (what I would consider God working through people)--and insisting on returning the blessings by giving them back. That is the way that God tells us to live our lives. In addition, there were so many similarities between the couple and my husband and I. Liz sounds like just the kind of person I was (about 10 years ago, I've changed a lot in a decade, however, I am still 4'll). I even called my husband a "pus**" all the time! The number 7 was always my favorite number (and lucky number). I feel that 7 is one of God's special "completion" numbers (will not diverge on that explanation here). However, my husband's lucky number is 13, so he insisted we get married on June 13th (FRIDAY THE 13TH!!!!). Also, I have always wanted to live in Pasadena, CA. The fact that Maddy was seven months old when he returned to work; they first rode in Liz's car it had 77,777 miles on it ... man, how could he not see that? What are the chances of all these things?? And, I think him assuming that Liz would not want Maddy to be told of the possibility of God's existence could be off base here. Let's face it, Liz did claim the Catholic religion in the hospital, and the way that she absolutely loved Christmas, obviously her spirit recognized something deeper at the very least. Regardless, I appreciate Matt's commitment to share his experience; i

    6 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 16, 2011

    Breathtaking

    All the blurbs have been truly amazing. Matt's book has been a long time coming and very much anticipated by his loyal blog readers and fans. Having read his blog myself, just the title alone brings tears to my eyes. He's got an incredible story...not unique, as many people out there will be able to relate on some level or another...however his way of coping and expressing his thoughts and feelings through his writting has created a following that not even he could have ever imagined. His writing is eloquent, deep, poised, heartwrenching, thought provoking, but most of all it's real. It's a real man's feelings and actions in dealing with a terribly horrible situation, of which he manages to turn around for the better. Whether you think you can relate or not, it's worth the read and will have you captivated from the moment you crack it open, until, well forever.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2012

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    This is a very sad story. I truly felt his pain, it seemed that the grief that consumed him would never go away. But he was left with a beautiful gift, a daughter, and a reason to continue on with his life the best way he knew how. I have only one complaint, the use of the F word throughout the book. Did he really think it would make a better read. I felt offended. This word does not have a place in this type of story. Out of respect for his wife's memory and his daughter.
    Is using this word the norm for writers now days, this is the second book I have read this week that the F word was used in practically every sentence.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 23, 2011

    Loved the book!

    Great book about love, loss and the steps one takes through the grieving process.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    I do not do reviews although I take the time to read them before I pick out a book. Hoever, I decided this book deserved my review! Having recently lost someone close to me I decided this would be a good read. I was right! Matt is very REAL. The one thing I hate the most is "self help books" this is anything but. You learn from his story and take what you want. I could have gotten through this book in one day but took several days as I did not want the story to end. Thank you Matt for sharing your story with us.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 20, 2011

    Simply wonderful.

    I just finished Matt's book this past weekend and it was just excellent. His candid writing style and ability to feel his pain were well done. It's an outstanding "Taj Mahal" for his wife Liz, and gift to his daughter. Thanks for the great read, Matt!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 30, 2010

    Please read... you won't be disappointed!

    If you've been reading Matt's blog, you're going to love his book. Matt has a way of tugging at the heart strings. He's done an outstanding job of raising his beautiful little girl during a very sad time and I'm so glad he's using this tragic situation to help people out. Although I haven't read the book yet, I'm really looking forward to April 2011.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2012

    It's a tear jerker, but a great story of what love and a child can get you through.

    I loved this story. It showed me what the love of a husband and wife is all about and getting through a very difficult time for the sake of your child...especially that it is from a mans perspective.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 25, 2011

    HEART BREAKING, But Honest.

    Thank you for sharing your soul in this powerful memoir. This story can teach us all to be thankful for the blessings in our lives. It was absolutely refreshing for a guy to be so honest about his feelings. God bless you and Maddy.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 16, 2011

    Beautiful

    A hauntingly beautiful written story of loss, life, and love.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 9, 2011

    Heartfelt

    I+really+enjoyed+the+book.+I+read+it+in+2+days.+It+was+amazing+to+feel+how+much+he+loved+his+wife+but+stayed+strong+for+his+daughter.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 28, 2011

    Good reading but depressing at times

    Not often a book brings me to tears. . . Well written. . . Gives a good perspective on the topic of male grief since this has not been covered very well and in such detail. As depressing and sad as it was, I could not stop reading and was hoping for a happy ending.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2011

    What a touching book

    What a touching book of loss and love. Matt is a wonderful daddy and Maddy is a very lucky little girl to have him. Keep up the good work Matt. This book will allow Maddy to know how much she was loved and wanted by her mommy.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 19, 2011

    A must read

    I have followed Matt's blog for quite some time and have waited in anticipation for the release of his book! I'm not a big reader and this book captured my attention from the very start. When you read his story you feel as if you've walked right beside him the entire way. Liz would be so proud of Matt and how he has handled his life without her. It takes a very special man to open up his heart and let us be part of his journey. Congrats Matt! The book is incredible!!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 8, 2014

    I am giving this book 4 stars for the simple fact that Matt pour

    I am giving this book 4 stars for the simple fact that Matt pours his heart and soul into this piece of work. It is one of the best memoirs I have read ever, and definitely one of the best books I have read. At points I laughed hysterically and a page later I was crying my eyes out. 

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  • Posted July 26, 2014

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    When life gives you lemons.

    I am torn between giving this 2.5 or 3 stars...so I will go with 2.5 based on the following. The story starts off with two soul mates who have fallen in love and against all odds with college and long distance, they get married. Liz and Matt have a special bond like no other because they have spent twelve years together and no each other like the back of their hands. After they marry, Liz and Matt buy their first house and find out that they are expecting a baby (Maddy). The perfect life comes tumbling down within 24 hours. Maddy is born and Liz dies of complications. What is a man suppose to do? Climb under a rock? Leave this earth? Or become the best Dad that he can.

    It is a really great to read how Matt stepped up but here comes some issues. The swearing killed me - yes you are pissed but do you have to swear during the eulogy? If my husband did that,I would come back and haunt him. The writing was okay but I do give him credit because the author wrote the book as a memory of his wife and he said that he isn't a writer. Lastly, it just dragged in parts. I am not in his shoes so I don't know how to live after I lost my significant other. With that said, I had to skim a lot of the last part of the book.

    To actually live Matt, you have to focus on the future and the life that you are giving Maddy. If it is hard to live in that house, sell it. If it is hard for you to live in LA without a natural support system, move back home. You can't live in the past when you have a little daughter to take care of. Good luck!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2014

    Heartbreaking, yet loving and inspirational

    I could not put this down. Through its sadness, the love prevails. The love of a husband and wife. The love of a dad and his daughter. The love of a mom and daughter...no matter how brief. It eventually brings us back to the love of family. Though heartbreaking (have tissues on hand) it is inspirational and thought provoking at the same time. A DEFINITE read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2014

    Astounding

    Truly a beautiful book. Heartbreaking story of the trials of life and how one really can not only survive but thrive

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2014

    Offended

    The father uses horrible language. There is a cuss word on almost every page. I did not finish this book, one of the fist times ever. I would not recommend this to anyone.

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