Loving For Crumbs - An Anthology of Moving On

Loving For Crumbs An Anthology of Moving On Contained within the pages of this anthology are fourteen true stories of inspiration guts and courage that will inspire anyone who has ever found themselves loving for crumbs As Emma Tsai says afte

  • Title: Loving For Crumbs - An Anthology of Moving On
  • Author: Jonna Ivin Sherrey Meyer
  • ISBN: 9781478245193
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Contained within the pages of this anthology are fourteen true stories of inspiration, guts, and courage that will inspire anyone who has ever found themselves loving for crumbs As Emma Tsai says after she finds the strength to walk away from a relationship that nearly causes her to lose herself mentally and physically in The Spell of Starvation, I spend my days writing,Contained within the pages of this anthology are fourteen true stories of inspiration, guts, and courage that will inspire anyone who has ever found themselves loving for crumbs As Emma Tsai says after she finds the strength to walk away from a relationship that nearly causes her to lose herself mentally and physically in The Spell of Starvation, I spend my days writing, not about him I can see the mirror from where I sit, and I smile at it, as if it s an old friend I ve called a truce with I don t need it to affirm my worth Some of the stories are not so easily defined Lines of infidelity are blurred in Liz Prato s A New Place, as she writes, That s the problem with want it refuses to distinguish between right and wrong It prefers to hide behind the self righteousness of some gray area it constructed for itself And it is not always romantic relationships that cause us to give everything we have until we are drained dry Sometimes it is our own families as Krystal Engel tells us in Delusions of Truth, A mother loves her children no matter what they do and she only wants for them to be happy and not to struggle Not mine Or as Sherrey Meyer points out in The Crumb Gatherer it is easy to repeat patterns within family relationships I d managed to pick up a lot of mama s controlling behaviors and was attempting to create my own crumb gatherers in my new family From an affair with a married man in Jessica Starr s December 21 to the exploitation of a desperate teenager in K.C O Neil s Confessions of a Teenage Sex Toy these powerful stories will have you cheering for these women as they stop loving for crumbs and make the difficult and often painful decision to pick up and move on.Connie Blizzard One Day Is NowJo Osborne ThanksgivingDebra Baker Dark DaysKrystal Engel Delusions of TruthCarrie Padian The Way I Do It InevitabilityEmma K Tsai The Spell of StarvationSande Boritz Berger Clean CutJessica Starr December 21Denise Roessle Rules of the RoadSherrey Meyer The Crumb GathererLiz Prato A New PlaceTeri Elders NeedsK.C O Neil Confessions of a Teenage Sex

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    1. Jonna Ivin Sherrey Meyer

      Jonna Ivin is the author of Will Love For Crumbs A Memoir and the crime thriller 8th Amendment She is the editor of the Loving For Crumbs An Anthology of Moving On.Sister Girl, Jonna s latest humorous coming of age novel loosely based on her life growing up in the 70 s was released in April of 2014.Visit on Facebook at facebook jonna.ivin

    240 thoughts on “Loving For Crumbs - An Anthology of Moving On”

    1. As soon as I finished Will Love For Crumbs by Jonna Ivin, I downloaded this anthology. I read it in one day. This was a fantastic book of understanding women and why they get themselves into bad relationships. Each story by every different author was a great study of self reflection. What I noticed reading this book was that every single woman ignored their first initial intuition of "danger". They ignored it because most of them (not all) wanted to believe so badly that the person they were inv [...]



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