“ The magical three Willas at the heart of this story cast a spell over readers ... This is a courageous and magical debut novel that reminds us that while we can’t change events from our past, we do have the power to change the story we tell ourselves about them. ”
Sally Piper, author of The Geography of Friendship
“ Every so often a book comes along that reaffirms the glory and beauty of life. Tabitha Bird has gifted us this wonder. ”
“ A wonderful debut . . . An uplifting story about the power of forgiveness, the ability to heal and the magical idea of being able to travel back in time to fix a broken future. ”
“ Bird weaves her stories with skill, scattering memories like shells across the pages. This is a tale about listening to your inner child to save your grown-up soul. ”
Sunday Times, Perth
June 4, 2019
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June 4, 2019
Willa Waters, aged 93
Catawampus. A word I’ve decided to take a real shine to in my old age. I have a new notebook titled Things I Am Sure of that was mailed to me a few days ago. The word of the day was written inside the front cover: Catawampus (adjective): Awry or askew.Continue Reading
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