THE BRIGHT HOUR: A MEMOIR OF LIVING AND DYING by Nina Riggs
Nina Riggs, poet, mother and direct descendant of Ralph Waldo Emerson, was just thirty-seven years old when diagnosed with breast cancer. She was told it was just one small spot, but within a year, she was given the devastating news her cancer was terminal. The Bright Hour is a beautifully wrought, at times disarmingly funny, but always courageous book about how to live - and love – every day, even "with death in the room."
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