Reader, there are things that cannot be expressed in an online review, like my esteem for Kay as a writer and as a person who moves through her life and her craft intentionally, and with a combination of deep compassion and wisdom that she has blessedly learned to point toward herself.
And now you, reader, will enjoy the benefits, like a wanderer who happens upon a hollow tree, inside of which is a vast network of honeycomb. "Where are the bees?" you may ask yourself. "Who guards this treasure?" And then you look down at your hand, covered in amber, and you see that the honey and the bees, the work and the reward, the story and her author, are all one, and you, in these moments, are welcome to all of it.
You cannot know now the richness that is in store for you. Stay close, reader, and learn for yourself.