It Starts with a Fish
A Smorgasbord of Stories from Feeding the Famished
by Emily Kemme
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Pub Date 27 Oct 2022 | Archive Date Not set
After ten years of blogging, Emily Kemme began to notice a change in her posts. Voicing her individuality had evolved from what some people labeled a troublesome personality trait into self-assurance, which she now applies daily to a variety of situations. Whether it’s managing wayward collies, home remodeling, cooking dinner, or raising young adults with a strong sense of who they are and where their life path could take them, this book offers humor, solace, and solid advice.
It Starts With a Fish tracks the progress of a woman discovering her voice, from the point-of-view of a lawyer, housewife, and an insecure mom, who knows she has ideas to share with the world. Written with incisive wit and often self-deprecating humor, this is a carefully selected anthology of stories from Feeding the Famished, the blog that created a platform for Kemme, who today is an award-winning novelist and freelance writer.
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