FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A Watershed Year is one of the most poignant books I've ever read. Lucy is such a wonderful character and this story of how she finds herself is simply beautifully told
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. What it means to be a mother, what it takes to save a life. Lucy never confessed her love to her best friend. Lucy is such a wonderful character and this story of how she finds herself is simply beautifully told. And that is one of the greatest parts of the book-it doesn't feel like just words on a page, but like someone is brilliantly telling you a story, staight from their heart.
About Susan Schoenberger: Thanks for reading my profile!I'm a native of Newburgh, NY, and a graduate of. .My first published novel,"A Watershed Year," won the 2006 gold medal for novel in the William Faulkner William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition.
About Susan Schoenberger: Thanks for reading my profile!I'm a native of Newburgh, NY, and a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy and Dartmouth College (B. I spent the year after that looking for an agent, and was fortunate enough to secure Jessica Regel, then of the Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency and now with Foundry Literary + Media.
Rosalee was near the bank of sinks. So you’ll call me as soon as you land, right?. Rosalee said in a voice that echoed through the bathroom he stall
Rosalee was near the bank of sinks. Rosalee said in a voice that echoed through the bathroom he stall. I’ll try, but I don’t expect my cell phone to work from there, and Yulia says the pay phones are impossible to figure out, even if you’re Russian. So you’ll call collect, Rosalee said, still shouting. Lucy emerged from the stall with difficulty, hauling out her large carry-on bag and her raincoat and trying to keep her rain hat from falling off her head.
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Written by Susan Schoenberger. Narrated by Amy McFadden. Susan Schoenberger takes us to the softer places of the heart where love-in all its forms and glory-transforms grief into grace. Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times bestselling author of Driftwood Summer. Lucy never confessed her love to her best friend Harlan before he passed away. Two months after his funeral, she is haunted by the power of things left unsaid. But then she receives the first of his e-mails arranged to be sent after his death. So begins the year that everything.
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By (author) Susan Schoenberger, Read by Amy McFadden.
Written by Susan Schoenberger, Audiobook narrated by Amy McFadden. One tragic twist of fate destroyed Braden Healey’s hands, his musical career, and his family. Now, unable to play, adrift in an alcoholic daze, and with only fragmented memories of his past, Braden wants desperately to escape the darkness of the last eleven years. When his ex-wife and son are killed in a car accident, Braden returns home, hoping to forge a relationship with his troubled seventeen-year-old daughter, Allie.
Two months after the death of her best friend Harlan, Lucy remains haunted by the things she never told him including her deep love for him. Then she begins receiving emails he'd arranged to be sent after his death, emails that will change the course of her life. One email in particular haunts her -- he tells her he is certain she is destined for motherhood. Thus begins her watershed year.
It is said that out of despair comes hope and in her grief, Lucy finds that the possibility of adopting a child offers her a new chance for a fulfilled life. When she travels to Russia to meet four-year-old Mat she sees in him a soul that is as lonely and lost as hers. Slowly they learn to trust one another and each begins healing. It is when Mat's father comes to America to reclaim his child that a truth about Mat's past is revealed, a truth that might shatter Lucy's fragile little family forever.
A Watershed Year is a powerful story of love, loss, redemption, and what it means to be a mother proving that out of despair can come joy and the beauty of second chances. Includes a reader's guide and questions for book clubs.