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Mother - Marianne Vicelich

Mother

By: Marianne Vicelich

Hardcover | 1 April 2020

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Is there any thing more transformative then having a child? Motherhood completely changes your world. In many ways, you are a child until you have your own children.

Your own needs explode with the birth of your children, and suddenly you feel a sense of responsibility and purpose that you have never known before.

Mother documents and honours this profound human experience in a selection of beautiful quotations depicting the thoughts and love of Motherhood.

The hope is to take quotations that capture love and joy. To try to stop time in a series of emotions and show how this experience connects us all.

The end result is nothing short of breathtaking.

Motherhood is captivating, it’s the powerful stories behind each Mother and their experience as Mothers tha t truly draws you in.

About the Author

This is Marianne's 12th book, and she is the author of The Love Trilogy - Love, Love Me, its sequel Things We Love and conclusion Love Always. Her work has been featured on the BBC London, NBC Network, Bravo TV, Glamour, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, The Guardian, Maxim, The Independent, Elle, Grazia, Psychology Journal, The LA Times and more.

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