What would you do in the face of enormous loss?
It’s 1993, the first Saturday in September—impossibly hot—and Claire Rawlings is driving her two girls to the daycare at the University of Chicago Hospital where as a resident, she is scheduled for rounds. Ignoring the troublesome signs of a sudden allergic reaction, Claire exits off the freeway to safety, only to pass out cold. When she wakes up, her daughters are gone.
LITTLE LOVELY THINGS is a haunting and prismatic exploration of how tragedy can transform lives. With lyrical prose and page-turning momentum, the story unfolds through the viewpoint of four characters: Claire, the devastated yet strong-willed mother; Moira, the transient who finds herself thrust into instant motherhood; soulful Jay, whose grisly discovery brings him to the center of the tragedy; and Andrea, the scrappy and wildly talented tomboy.
Traversing the landscape of loss, LITTLE LOVELY THINGS ties together the threads of lives shattered, hope lost, and—finally—joy restored.
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I’m a former owner of a consulting firm that helped specialty drug companies to develop medications for ultra-rare diseases. I received my Bachelor’s degree in physiology from Michigan State University and my Master’s degree in Liberal Studies from Wesleyan University. My background in science and love of the natural world informs and inspires my writing. LITTLE LOVELY THINGS is my debut as a novelist. I am also an award-winning poet, published in diverse outlets such as Emory University’s Lullwater Review and Yankee Magazine.
I am a foodie and appreciate interesting recipes and enjoy painting (especially flowers and sycamore trees), competing in races with my dragon boat team (Go Team Fierce!) and reading (of course). I relish spending time with my three children, my husband and my pets; a ridiculous terrier named Huckleberry, and a plump orange cat, Pumpkin.