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MARTHA WHITMORE HICKMAN is the author of more than twenty books for adults and children. Among her adult titles are The Growing Season, Fullness of Time, and I Will Not Leave You Desolate. Books for young children include And God Created Squash, When Andy's Father Went to Prison, and Eeps Creeps, It's My Room.
A native of Massachusetts and a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Mount Holyoke, she has lived in the south for many years. To her writing she brings the additional perspective of being a wife, mother, grandmother, and sometime editor and teacher. She presently lives with her husband in Nashville, Tennessee.
The writing is beautiful and so profound in its wisdom. It expresses what the heart and soul is feeling at a time when you are in such emotional turmoil. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mahara Wardel
Healing After Loss is an absolute favourite among the bereaved that we serve:) The books' truths resonate fully for them:)Published 8 months ago by Della Ferguson
This is the book I buy and give to family and friends experiencing loss. I've done this several times now and the book has been so appreciated just as I appreciated the book when... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Elaine Weidner
Excellent audio book for healing! The narrator is amazing!! I listen to it every night !!! No matter how short or long you have lossed a loved one!Published 9 months ago by Paula
I have given this book to many friends and clients who have suffered grief in the past few years. Every one of them has said how sensitive and encouraging the book is. Read morePublished 12 months ago by C. Westin
I read the daily meditations every morning. They are very comforting and move you through your grief at a nice pace. I would recommend this to anyone who has lost a loved one.Published on Dec 5 2012 by J. McCormick
There are several books that really helped me and this was one. It gave me inspiration when I needed it the most.Published on June 8 2004 by "haywood611"
I recommend Healing After Loss because it is uplifting. We have to keep our minds positive to make it through the sorrow. Read morePublished on April 15 2004 by friendlyreader