I promised myself I wouldn't read anything until my book was finished because I didn't want any influences sneaking into my writing.
But, on Sunday I could write no more. I am so brain dead from work I just didn't have any juices left in me; creative, sugar-free, extra pulp or otherwise. So, I cheated and read "Everything is Fine" by Ann Dee Ellis.
I loved it! Very different and very powerful, or at least extra strength. I can't tell too much without spoiling the story but I loved the angle of depression from the view point of the child. I could completely relate and my heart ached for the child and the mom.
Anyone read it? What did you think?