I Remain

I Remain

by Megan Hutton
I Remain

I Remain

by Megan Hutton


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I Remain is very compelling and extraordinarily well written. It's an incredible memoir that needs to be read.

Max Wallace, New York Times best-selling author, including his new book, "After The Miracle," is also a journalist and filmmaker.

Framing multi-talented Megan Hutton's memoir is an extraordinary portrait of her mother, Syl. Syl is a sparky, chain-smoking World War 11 Riveter on warships in North Vancouver. Hutton fearlessly portrays family dynamics, deaths, and, later, the LGBT world beginning in the 1970s and the love and terror that wove the fabric of two women's lives. The readers of I Remain have the privilege of tracking both stories in this fast-paced, cinematic book.

Molly Peacock, Award-winning author of "Flower Diary," is also a poet and editor.

I Remain is an uplifting and admirable page-turner. Facing childhood trauma, the author prevailed in creating a loving life for herself and others. This memoir is an inspiration to women who have faced adversity.

Holly Crichton, Author of No Way To Run

Hutton's spare and straightforward language is reminiscent of Hemingway's "For Whom The Bell Tolls," yet the emotional intensity feels like Tara Westover's "Educated." I Remain is a coming of age memoir that women of all walks of life will want to read. This memoir extols the heroine narrator's tenacity, vibrancy, and strong will to thrive, not just survive. It remains a constant force behind this fine work.

Kate Marshall Flaherty, Award winning poet and author.

A gripping read and an honest testament to the human spirit. I am honoured to have played a role in Megan Hutton's life.

Eric Wilson is a children's author and has sold over 1.5 million books.

"The dialogue between Syl and Fetus is one of the most original and engaging pieces of writing I've ever come across. It is unforgettable and dominates the rest of the story."

Bronwyn Drainie, Journalist, Author and Editor.

Megan Hutton is a poet, playwright, memoirist and short filmmaker. Megan lives in the Niagara region with Autumn, her partner of 38 years. They also live part-time at their home in Okanagan, B.C.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781738746828
Publisher: Brainspired Publishing
Publication date: 06/15/2023
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)
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