"Living The Big Sky Life" is a clever memoir by DK King that will take you on a healing journey from the outside in - from the coastlines of Orange County, California, to the big sky resort town of Whitefish, Montana. In a written voice that can be described as nothing short of audacious - real, raw and irreverent - DK King portrays her powerful passage through the peaks and valleys of love and life on her quintessential quest to turn the lemons in her life into an ocean of lemonade. Recounting her personal ordeal with vivid clarity and unparalleled recall, DK King chronicles an unforgettable series of transformational experiences like only a great storyteller can. Her fearless account is nothing short of captivating, and should be a must-read for anyone who dreams of exchanging their robust urban lifestyle for the simple life in any small town U.S.A. This is a book you won’t be able to put down until the startling end!
A born storyteller of Irish American descent, DK King brings to the written page a refreshing, unique, and embracing style of literary art that captivates the reader with a relevant, yet visionary, mixture of wit and wisdom.
DK began sharing her sagacious style of writing in 2008 with the creation of a collaborative blog called “InTheRearViewMirror.com.” Her own personal blog featuring condensed raw snippets from "Living The Big Sky Life" was soon to follow. DK was additionally honored to contribute the Foreword introduction to "The Galactic Transcripts", published in 2013 by her friend and author, Richard Andrew King.
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Ok, so I have to give this one NO stars. Admittedly I didn't finish it but only because I couldn't stomach reading anymore of it. If you enjoy reading about someone making conscious, informed decisions with predictable outcomes and then complaining about the consequences thereafter, then this is the book for you. The author escapes one failed marriage by entering another with an individual clearly not suitable for such and who lives in a place she ALREADY KNOWS she will not like. She then proceeds to complain about how none of it lives up to her standards or expectations. Really? She's surprised that she cannot run away from her problems? She's want a comfortable, semi-urban life style and didn't find it in rural Montana? Shocking! I might have been able to get through it if it were at least written well enough to actually be funny but it fails there too.
Total waste of time unless you want to read about some who makes bad decisions so you can feel better about your own.