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Today, we have the pleasure of welcoming author Carol D. O’Dell to our blog as she continues her virtual book tour and answers our questions about her new book, Mothering Mother. Carol’s memoir is bitingly humorous and unflinchingly honest as she narrates her feelings of the moment — love, grief, humor and even bitter resentment. When Carol’s mother was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and a heart condition, Carol’s decision not to put her mother “in one of those homes” had far-reaching consequences for her family. She learned to mother her … Continue reading

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