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Ninety-year-old Ev has been encouraged to attend the farmworkers march to the state capitol. She stands, watching her house burn to the ground, recounting a cherished memory when life was good and when all the family turned to her for a place called Home. Not wanting to live anymore, she willingly joins the march to certain death. Now, with Ev gone, her daughter, Candelari ...more
Kindle Edition, First Printing, 172 pages
Published May 13th 2021 by Black Rose Writing
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Overall Rating = 3.33

Storyline & Concept = 3
Writing & Delivery = 2.5
Editorial = 4.5

Mothers of Pine Way continues the saga of a complex family drama in a small-town setting. It focuses on Ev, Candelaria, and Rosa, three generations of women, and the tangled relationships they have with each other and the men in their lives. A large cast of supporting characters helps Candelaria uncover the strength and resilience she inherited from her mother.

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I have always wanted to be a writer and to have my work get published. I began when I was in grade school and wrote stories about my family. I moved on to writing poetry and garnered a Special Mention in a collegiate poetry contest. Taking creative writing in college led me to write short stories, which I tried to get published. But, I wanted to write a novel and attended a talk given by Ray Bradb ...more

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