60 Postcards: Some people scatter ashes. She scattered words. Paperback – 26 Feb 2015
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About the Author
Rachael Chadwick, 29, was born in Wimborne Minster, Dorset. She is an English Language graduate from Cardiff University who now lives and works in London. 60 POSTCARDS is her first book.
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There are certain happenings in life that knock you for six and the loss of a mother is probably the hardest. Rachael Chadwick having experienced this for herself and all the heartache that follows not only immediately after the loss but over the following months and years illustrates beautifully the effects it has on ones life and how she chose to cope with it. Would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who us going through the trauma of such a loss.
60 Postcards entered my life by chance, I will tell everyone I know about this book and speak of it with such fondness. Thank you Rachael for restoring humanity postcard by postcard and for bringing people together from one end of the world to the other. My heart aches for your loss, but it's clear to see, your mum lived a beautiful life and you, well you shall live a beautiful life too.
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Brilliant, sent it to my sister in Paris and she loved it too.Published 4 months ago by Lady Camelia
It may not be surprising to know that I find this book inspirational and a constant form of comfort.Published 20 months ago by paul chadwick
Like drinking a 'Coke Light'. Lots of fizz but does not quench your thirst.Published 21 months ago by Annie