Since ORDINARY MIRACLES was first published in 1993, the range of treatments for combating infertility has expanded dramatically, but a generation of women having postponed childbearing has only added to the numbers of those in desperate need of these sometimes difficult, grueling, and expensive interventions. Meanwhile, the mix of feelings in longing for a baby remains as potent and poignant as ever.
“ORDINARY MIRACLES is bright and funny, intelligent and moving, generous and clever. It’s not only a novel about infertility, but about a complex, successful marriage...What a joyous find!”
Molly Gloss, award-winning author of THE HEARTS OF HORSES
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Linda Crew lives with her husband, Herb, at Wake Robin Farm in Corvallis, Oregon, where she was born and raised. Her other books include A HEART FOR ANY FATE: WESTWARD TO OREGON 1845, BRIDES OF EDEN: A TRUE STORY IMAGINED, FIRE ON THE WIND, NEKOMAH CREEK and the award-winning CHILDREN OF THE RIVER, used in schools all across the country.
If you're reading this, you're all set, pradenr!