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367 pages, Hardcover
First published June 1, 2021
"Just remember: the choices you make today will be felt by who you have yet to become."
"Women are discouraged from being direct and saying what we think. That's why I love winter: It taught me to stand up for myself when the rest of the world is happy to walk over me."
Winter is the truest of the seasons. It's what remains after everything else is stripped away. The leaves fall. The colors fade. The branches get brittle. And if you can love the earth, understand it when all the beauty is gone and see it for what it is, that's magic.
Winters are more straightforward than anyone else. We don't soften ourselves with indirectness or white lies or fake niceties. What you see is what you get. And winter is good to those who respect it.