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Letters to My Hypothetical Children: Life Lessons, Making Mistakes, & Keeping it Real

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I was trying to get pregnant, and having difficulty, when I came up with the idea for this book. I was deep in thought about what kind of parent I would become and I felt the need to share the life lessons I've learned with my hypothetical children. That's what a parent does, right? Guide their children based on their own experiences? The problem is, then I would have to a ...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published April 23rd 2021 by Twin Horseshoes
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Part memoir and part advice book, Marcia Allyn Luke takes us on a journey through her life, openly sharing situations—good and bad—that led her to becoming the hardworking, creative, and loving woman she is today. The life lessons she shares shows compassion for herself and for all people parenting. We can see ourselves in her stories of tough situations, joyful times, and fears. Her resiliency and hope for her children can be a touchstone for everyone, parents and non-parents alike.
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Marcia Allyn Luke has an Honours Bachelor in English from the University of Guelph and a postgraduate Publishing Certificate from Ryerson University. She is currently completing a Master of Professional Education at Western University. Her favourite pastime is reading and she can often be found with her nose in a book. Marcia has been a writer at heart from the very beginning, writing children’s b ...more

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