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Birthday Parties in Heaven: Thoughts on Love, Life, Grief, and Other…

by Ana Veciana-Suarez

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In this collection of eloquent and moving essays, Ana Veciana-Suarez explores many of the topics closest to our hearts. In (3zsStitchwork,(3y sshe expresses her mixed feelings about a mother who devotes all of her attention to her family. In the title essay, she examines, with unflinching honesty, the loss of her first husband, then gives us a humorous and compelling account of her remarriage in (3zsSecond Time Around.(3y sVeciana-Suarez offers wise reflections on everything from the bond between sisters to the anxiety of swimsuit shopping season. By turns witty and big-hearted, poignant and defiant, these essays open a door to the ways one woman and her extended family cope with both the joys and heartbreaks of life.… (more)

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In this collection of eloquent and moving essays, Ana Veciana-Suarez explores many of the topics closest to our hearts. In (3zsStitchwork,(3y sshe expresses her mixed feelings about a mother who devotes all of her attention to her family. In the title essay, she examines, with unflinching honesty, the loss of her first husband, then gives us a humorous and compelling account of her remarriage in (3zsSecond Time Around.(3y sVeciana-Suarez offers wise reflections on everything from the bond between sisters to the anxiety of swimsuit shopping season. By turns witty and big-hearted, poignant and defiant, these essays open a door to the ways one woman and her extended family cope with both the joys and heartbreaks of life.

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