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When April is suspended from college at Harvard University, she moves to a Northern California commune to contemplate her next step. But when she becomes friends with Andrea, a middle-aged psychotherapist who's just received a cancer diagnosis, the direction of her life takes an unexpected turn. Interweaving themes of soul-searching, sexual awakening, family, friendship, loss and faith, this book will make you laugh and cry in turn. It's been described by readers as cathartic and healing.
Author info: Alissa Flores is a psychotherapist, former hospice bereavement coordinator, certified spiritual director, freelance blogger, writer, artist, and mother. She was a consultant on the movie "Up." Her first book was “This Whole Wide World is Just a Narrow Bridge,” a memoir that spans her years working at hospice while coping with the loss of her mother and her own near death experience during childbirth. She is the co-editor and contributor to “Fury: Women’s Lived Experiences During the Trump Era,” released by Regal House, March 20, 2020.
Alissa is thrilled to present, “Living Waters,” her debut novel.