Sharing My Story

I met Scout on WordPress a couple of years ago when she was “working through the monsters of her childhood” on a previous blog. Later on, her memoir, “Secrets in Big Sky Country” was published. I bought, read, and loved it so much I reviewed it (and I seldom review a book because I suck at it). It’s not a story for the faint hearted, but is a gripping, grab-you-by-the-throat read, and I came away admiring Scout even more than I already did. She’s a wonderful lady and talented writer. And my friend.

11 thoughts on “Sharing My Story

  1. Thank you so much my dear friend, Cathy. You have been a treasured mainstay on my healing journey. Your compassionate yet very frank comments and opinions are what I love about you. I am so fortunate to have crossed paths with you, someone I admire and respect and receive inspiration from all the time.

    Thank you again for your support, for taking the time to read my book, write a review– which by the way you do NOT suck at Lol. ❤️

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    • Even if I had not known the woman behind the book, Secrets in Big Sky Country would have kept me riveted. Much of what you went through I could relate to my own life, as you know, though not on the scale you endured. You are a dear friend I hope to have for life. ❤️

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