If you’re like me, you’ve lost at least one close friend and your heart still bears the scar. S/he may have dumped you or maybe you did the dumping. Or maybe it wasn’t like that at all and your friend just went somewhere you couldn’t follow. Either way, these things mean more to us than the culture around us acknowledges.


Here’s an anthology of essays about the importance of these friendships that have ended, My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Leaving and Losing Friends. One of the essays, I’m very fortunate to say, is mine. “Going Without Sugar” tells the story of having my best friend end our relationship after twenty-seven years. Read it and see if it resonates.


You can get a discount if you buy the book before its September 15th release (when the e-book will also be released on Amazon and Barns & Noble.) Pre-order now, using the link below.


Let me know what you think of the anthology and my essay!

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