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Lost Wyoming

Lost Wyoming

by Debra Snider
Lost Wyoming

Lost Wyoming

by Debra Snider



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Everyone loses Wyoming--it's what you do with the rest of the pieces that matters...

Lost Wyoming tells the story of Maggie Winslow, a bright and thoughtful, yet thoroughly disillusioned heroine, as she discovers how family shapes who we are, who we aren't, and who we have the potential to become.

Disillusioned by a life that just isn't perfect and a pile of decisions she's tired of second-guessing, Maggie has taken in her late twenties to standing on the sidelines, wondering how everything got so lackluster. Unsure exactly when or why she transformed from an able driver of her life into a reluctant passenger in it, she can't seem to figure out how to get things back on track.

When a family crisis jolts her out of her malaise, Maggie is forced to take charge, to rethink the meaning and the import of the losses that inevitably accompany growing up, and to take stock of the choices and convictions that have kept her from being the person, and living the life, she always envisioned.

Poignant, heartbreaking, and unflinchingly honest, Lost Wyoming is an ultimately uplifting tale about the puzzles we must solve for ourselves--and the joys that await once we learn to get out of our own way.

"Examines the complexities of relationships, the challenges of communicating feelings, and the difficulties of discovering what one really wants. . . .[Snider] makes some deft observations and asks some important, universally relevant questions. . . .Her prose remains eloquent and often beautiful throughout." --Kirkus Reviews

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BN ID: 2940156808052
Publisher:, Inc.
Publication date: 08/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 330
File size: 333 KB

About the Author

Debra Snider is an author, speaker, no-longer-practicing lawyer, and former C-suite executive. She has written two novels, Lost Wyoming (2016) and A Merger of Equals (2006), as well as two nonfiction business books and numerous essays and articles. A Chicagoan until 2005, she now lives in Nevada.

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