Mother Of Pearl Book Review | STACIE RAYE

Mother Of Pearl Book Review


Mothers and Daughters share a special bond.  This beautiful relationship has been captured in the many stories in a book called Mother of Pearl, Luminous Lessons and Iridescent Faith, by Margaret Sweeney.  This easy read is a compilation of short stories by many authors who share candid tales of Motherhood.
These stories are meant to encourage and uplift, whether your suffering from the loss of a loved one, to finding healing in a broken relationship.

Some of the authors include, Lis Wiehl, Megan Alexander, and Babie Mason to name a few.  Each story is no more than two pages, so it can read fairly easily.

The best thing about this book id that the proceeds of the sale of this book go to help women and children that are struggling with abusive relationships through a program called WINGS.  For more info, contact www.pearlgirls.info.

About the author:

Margaret McSweeney is a well-published author often writing online articles for Make It Better (the former North Shore Magazine) and freelance articles for the Daily Herald, the largest suburban Chicago newspaper. In addition, she has authored and compiled several books including A Mother’s Heart Knows; Go Back and Be Happy; Pearl Girls: Encountering Grit, Experiencing Grace, Mother of Pearl and Aftermath.

As founder of Pearl Girls, Margaret collaborates with other writers on projects to help fund a safe house for WINGS, an organization that helps women and their children who are victims of domestic violence, and to build wells for schoolchildren in Uganda through Hands of Hope. For the past 10 years she has served on the board of directors and leadership advisory board for WINGS. Margaret lives with her husband and 2 daughters in the Chicago suburbs

Disclosure: I received this book in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are mine.
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