The Winter House
In this non-fiction collection of stories, readers will recognize themselves in Mona Mudd's portrayal of the roles she has juggled in her life: child, parent, friend, colleague, and spouse.
Short vignettes will reveal the journey of one woman who made it out of her sheltered childhood, past her melodramatic adolescence, and was well into her second marriage before realizing she has no idea what she's doing. Ever.
From the emails that begin each chapter, to the stories written within, Faking Normal offers definitive proof that life strikes a fine balance between meaning and nonsense.
With a voice that is, by turns, bittersweet and light-hearted she celebrates the will it takes to hold on through life at its worst, life at its best, and life as its most ridiculous.