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Ashley Brown is a lifelong educator, freelance writer, editor, mom to a cattle dog and two cats, and Houston-native-who-happily-resides-in-the-much-quieter-town-of-Wimberley. She is a professor for the University of Oklahoma, teaching distance-learning courses for their College of Professional and Continuing Studies.
In this collection of letters to her imaginary daughter, Ashley Brown navigates the gut-wrenching territory of making the decision to opt out of parenthood. Sometimes brutally candid, sometimes funny and heartwarming, Letters to the Daughter I’ll Never Have takes readers with Brown on the journey to reconcile her grief and relief in the choice to forgo creating a family with her husband and the experience of being a mother.
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