Ramblings of a Forty-Something Widow

Ramblings of a Forty-Something Widow

Joanne Hattersley


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When a young woman is widowed, it is a sad time in her life. Rather than allowing this sad time in life to overpower her, the author has allowed it to inspire, reflect and move her. Her grief and memories are shared in this evocative collection of poetry that serves to demonstrate the fragility of human life and the emotions that we all go through. Ranging from being a child and reading with her brother to her parents' life together. From her own silver wedding celebrations to her personal grief as a widow. The author allows us to step inside her mind to share her innermost thoughts.


Joanne Hattersley:
Joanne was born in 1971 in the United Kingdom. As a child, she loved writing and sharing her stories and poems with her friends and family. Add into her life twenty-five years with her husband and soulmate as well as a global move to Australia and you have all the inspiration that you need. She has recently completed a diploma in professional writing and has commenced work on her first novel.