Depression Cookies

Depression Cookies Readers Favorite Book Awards Silver Realistic Fiction and Finalist Chick Lit Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist Chick LitTwo distinct voices two stories interwoven within the walls

  • Title: Depression Cookies
  • Author: Tia Silverthorne Bach Angela Beach Silverthorne
  • ISBN: 9781453567333
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • 2011 Readers Favorite Book Awards, Silver Realistic Fiction and Finalist Chick Lit2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, Finalist Chick LitTwo distinct voices, two stories interwoven within the walls of family and love Abby needs some magic in her life, along with a white knight, respectful children, and an exciting career plan Instead she is drowning in un2011 Readers Favorite Book Awards, Silver Realistic Fiction and Finalist Chick Lit2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, Finalist Chick LitTwo distinct voices, two stories interwoven within the walls of family and love Abby needs some magic in her life, along with a white knight, respectful children, and an exciting career plan Instead she is drowning in unfulfilled expectations, disappointments, and unmet needs What she doesn t expect is to find the true essence of magic in the strength, friendship, power, and energy of the female spirit found in her mother and her mother s zany group of friends Krista cannot believe it s happening again Her father waltzes in and announces another move And what does her mother do Nothing Don t they realize she s almost thirteen, and this could mean the end of her life In the midst of teenage melodrama, she is determined to survive a new school, defeat the annoyances of two scene stealing sisters, and deal with out of touch parents Yet she quickly realizes the double edged sword of growing up.

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    About " Tia Silverthorne Bach Angela Beach Silverthorne "

  • Tia Silverthorne Bach Angela Beach Silverthorne

    Tia Silverthorne Bach has been married to her college sweetheart for twenty years, has three beautiful girls, and adores living in sunny California Her daughters were born in Chicago, San Diego, and Balti and she feels fortunate to have called many places home She believes in fairy tales and happy endings and is an avid reader and rabid grammar hound She is an award winning, multi genre author and an Editor for Indie Books Gone Wild From an early age, she escaped into books and believes they can be the source of healing and strength If she s not writing, you can find her on the tennis court, at the movies, reading a good book, or spooning Jif peanut butter right out of the jar.

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  • I bought a copy of this book over on out of curiosity. I'd heard great things about it and the reviews were fantastic. To give you an idea, this book has fifteen reviews and fourteen of them are five stars. Once I dove in and wrapped my head around the story, I could see why. So, here we go; my review of Depression Cookies.From a reader's perspective:Abby and Krista were two of the most honest characters I've ever read. They held nothing back as they spoke with authentic voices, describing what [...]


  • This is by far the best book I have read in quite a long time and quite possibly the best book I have ever read.Do you remember the first time you read Judy Blume? Do you remember the feeling you got connecting with Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird? How about one of my favorite authors, the late Erich Segal, who wrote my favorites - Doctors, The Class, and the amazing Acts of Faith?Depression Cookies transports you back in time to that extremely difficult 13th year. It reminds you of those feeling [...]


  • A truly unique perspective into the world of teenage daughters and their moms told from two different author's and two different view points. It is a coming of age story woven around the heart of family triumph. It is told from two distinct vantage points, middle-aged mother, Abby, and her teenage daughter, Krista.Abby is buckling under the weight of a husband who is climbing the corporate ladder, three daughters each with their own unique needs, a mother who is going off the deep end and family [...]


  • This book was a solid "I liked it" three stars. The premise is great - the same story told (by different authors) from different points of view. It's fun seeing the different versions the two characters have of the same events, and also the parts that only of them knows. From the very beginning, I kept wanting to find out what happened next, and I found myself thinking about the characters even when I wasn't reading, always a sign of a good book. There were several errors in the edition I read ( [...]


  • I loved this book because I could relate so much to both mother and daughter. It gave me a preview to those teenage years ahead with my girls. I found it very interesting to see the the circumstances endured by grandmother, mother and daughter, and how that affected each's parenting style. While others thought that Abby was too controlling, I remember many times when she didn't step in and talk to her girls when they were hurting. It seemed to me that her depression affected her ability to funct [...]


  • Depression Cookies is an engaging novel that well integrates both sides of a mother/daughter tale. The narrative is lyrical and beautiful. Each narrator offers a distinct and strong voice, and the two pieces blend to create a rich and inviting story.Within the first three chapters I found myself greedily sneaking time to read it. When I finished, I kept reaching for my Kindle and then feeling suddenly sad when I realized that there was no more to read. This is a book that I think any woman would [...]


  • This book was like nothing I have read before since it included two sides of the same story. I couldn't help comparing the life of the girl to my own and wondering what things were going unseen from someone elses perspective. The main character Krista went through many relatable experiences in a short amount of time. From moving and having to fit in to akward beginnings in highschool and other crucial life lessons learned in between. The book also focuses on family and that the small things are [...]


  • I loved this book so much! I identified so much both as a former teenage girl, and the parent of a teenage girl. The book made me laugh and cry several times.


  • Review first published on my blog: memoriesfrombooksDepression Cookies is a look at the story of a family from two parallel perspectives. Abby is a wife attempting to support her husband's career dreams, a mother trying to steer her daughters safely through childhood and the teen years, and a daughter dealing with aging parents. Krista is the oldest of Abby's three daughters - a teenager who trying to navigate that tough age.Because of Bob's career aspirations, the family finds itself moving fro [...]


  • A truly unique perspective into the world of teenage daughters and their moms told from two different author's and two different view points. It is a coming of age story woven around the heart of family triumph. It is told from two distinct vantage points, middle-aged mother, Abby, and her teenage daughter, Krista.Abby is buckling under the weight of a husband who is climbing the corporate ladder, three daughters each with their own unique needs, a mother who is going off the deep end and family [...]


  • A truly unique perspective into the world of teenage daughters and their moms told from two different author's and two different view points. It is a coming of age story woven around the heart of family triumph. It is told from two distinct vantage points, middle-aged mother, Abby, and her teenage daughter, Krista.Abby is buckling under the weight of a husband who is climbing the corporate ladder, three daughters each with their own unique needs, a mother who is going off the deep end and family [...]



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