Just in time for Mother's Day, a collection of inspirational and heartfelt stories highlights the relationship between mother and son, and the bond within families that endures no matter how much distance or life events get in the way. Original. 100,000 first printing.
Colleen Sell is a freelance writer and editor with expertise in book and magazine development and a passion for storytelling. Her professional experience also includes content development & management and marketing communications development & management.
Since 1999, Colleen has provided writing, editing, ghostwriting, proofreading, editorial development, content management, publishing consulting, and book-proposal development services to authors, entrepreneurs, publishers, businesses, and nonprofit organizations.
Colleen has co-authored eight nonfiction books, including 10-Minute Zen and The Everything Kids’ Gross Cookbook, and ghostwritten more than a dozen books, including the best-selling One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams into a Licensing Goldmine and One Simple Idea for Startups & Entrepreneurs. She was editor and anthologist of the bestselling Cup of Comfort™ book series for 10 years, during which she compiled and edited 38 anthologies of essays as well as an annotated cookbook. The Cup of Comfort series, which was retired in 2011, has sold more than 2 million copies to date.
A proficient developmental editor, line editor, and copyeditor, Colleen has edited more than 150 published books, both fiction and nonfiction, in a wide range of categories.
Colleen is currently Editor-in-Chief of GRAND: The Digital Magazine for Grandparents (a part-time freelance position), and was previously Editor-in-Chief of two award-winning consumer magazines and an associate editor of a national business journal. In addition, her articles and essays have appeared in dozens of consumer and trade periodicals.
This book was a bit gorpy and a bit sweet -- exactly what I expected it to be. It also made me a bit sad, which I did not expect.
I have a young son. We have special rituals and special activities and a special bond. I'm not sharing any of it here, and that kind of is the point. What makes all of them so special is that it is between only us.
This book was on my bookshelf because a friend wrote one of the pieces. I had never read it from cover to cover. I don’t think cover to cover is the best way to read this book. A few at a time can be interesting and sometimes inspiring but too much at a time and it’s like overdosing on sugar.
Elli yaşa gelince kendime ölmeden önce yapılacaklar listesi yaptım. Ne yazık ki ya da neyse ki listem kısa:)) Dünyayı, her şeyi merak ediyorum ama tamam kabul ediyorum oturduğum yerden:)) Kitaplığımdaki tüm kitapları tekrar okuyorum. Bu kitabı oğlum ilkokuldayken okumuştum. Ara ara kendime fal tutar gibi bir iki öyküyü okurdum. Şimdi tekrar aldığım yaşa, yola vefa niyetine tekrar okuyorum. İnsan yavrusunun büyümesi biyolojik olarak uzun bir süreç. Ebeveynin yoldaşlığı oldukça dinamik bir süreç. Okuduğum hikayeler bana anne baba olmanın, çocuk sahibi olmanın ne kadar evrensel olduğunu gösterirken, çözümler de bir o kadar yerel olduğunu kanıtlıyor. Deneyim keyifli, hayat zor, laflar tumturaklı yani kolay gele:)
Just loved loved this book! What an eye opener when reading the stories about mothers and their sons and just how short of time we really have with them :( Some stories sad and some really funny and some that I could definitely relate to with my two boys! If you are a mother of a boy this book is a must read!