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A Lifetime Of Impossible Days by Tabitha Bird - Book Review

If you read A Lifetime of Impossible Days an actual person will do a little happy dance. I know because I’ve been following Tabitha Bird on her journey to become a published author. It has been a delight to share in her excitement in bringing her book to life. I’m so pleased for her that I’m not quite sure who is doing the dancing – Tabitha, or me, or both! This book is a take on time travel in which the main character, Willa, at 33 years old, meets herself at a ges 8 and 93.  Tabitha has a whimsical way with words that reminds me of Kate Morton and brings a smile despite the darker themes in her story.  Tabitha’s book has its origins in her own childhood experiences. She has created a work of fiction with big-hearted characters that explores how we heal from trauma and hold onto hope. Thank you Tabitha for sending me an advance copy of your book. Synopsis from Penguin Books Australia : Meet Willa Waters, aged 8…33…and 93. On one impossible day in 1965, eigh

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