*Canceled* Christine Hemp: Wild Ride Home: Love, Loss, and a Little White Horse, a Family Memoir

book cover art; a pastel drawing of a wild eyed white horse rearingTuesday, May 5th, 2020, 6 p.m.

Travel restrictions have canceled this book event. Please follow Christine on Facebook for her unfolding plans to host a Facebook Live book reading.
 

Christine Hemp returns to New Hampshire to present her debut work of nonfiction, Wild Ride Home, a brilliant memoir, with looping themes of finding love and losing love, of going away and coming home, of the wretched course of Alzheimer's, of cancer, of lost pregnancies, of fly fishing and horsemanship, of second chances, and, ultimately, of the triumph of love and family--all told within the framework of the training of a little white horse named Buddy. 

“Poet Hemp’s debut memoir fluently combines multiple story lines into a coherent whole…A well-told story of embracing life’s struggles that is perfect for horse lovers or those who have personal experience with cancer or Alzheimer’s.”Library Journal

"Wild Ride Home is a book of kindness, compassion, love and resilience. I fell in love many times reading this book; first with Hemp’s family, then with her trainer, Ken and finally with Hemp herself. In learning to listen and respond to her horse, Buddy, Ken leads Hemp on a magical journey of self-discovery that enriches both the reader and Hemp at the same time. One of the best rides you’ll ever take! " Susan Richards, author of the national bestseller, Chosen by a Horse 

 

Event date: 
Tuesday, May 5, 2020 - 6:00pm
Event address: 
45 South Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
Wild Ride Home: Love, Loss, and a Little White Horse, a Family Memoir Cover Image
$24.99
ISBN: 9781950691241
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Arcade - February 4th, 2020

** "This memoir seems written directly from Hemp’s soul, as she beautifully shares her moving story of learning to love and trust again after loss."--Booklist **

Christine Hemp's debut work of nonfiction, Wild Ride Home, is a brilliant memoir, looping themes of finding love and losing love, of going away and coming home, of the wretched course of


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