“O’Shea also boldly includes stories from her own life that, while often unflattering, serve well for hindsight-based observation and instruction. Readers seeking to shake a bout of love sickness will find solid advice and coping skills.” —Publisher’s Weekly
“A dose of unflinching courage, exactly what is needed to love and be loved.”
—Judy Ford author of Single: The Art of Being
Satisfied, Fulfilled and Independent and Every Day Love: The Delicate Art of Caring for Each Other
“Really enjoyed this book! Very honest and not afraid of being vulnerable.”
Other Books from Samara...
Samara O’Shea entered mortality on September 22, 1979. Since then, she has worked at several magazines and launched the letter-writing service you see before you. She has written two books paying homage to the written word and its healing powers: For the Love of Letters and Note to Self. Her third book, entitled Loves Me...Not: How to Survive (and Thrive!) in the Face of Unrequited Love, is due out in February 2014.Read More