Wednesday, March 30, 2011

This is really happening

When I left you yesterday, I talked about how there were no miscarriage books at my local Barnes and Noble. Nada.

I intended to follow that post with another on how I did find several great books online, and the best one, What Was Lost by Elise Erikson Barrett, was mailed to me by a dear friend. The book even has a chapter called When People Say Hurtful Things -- a topic relevant to this blog.

I was all set to write about it when the REAL Pastor Elise emailed me. Omg! 

She has graciously agreed to do a Q&A with us. WHAT?!

I'm obviously excited. If you would like to submit a question, shoot me an email at


  1. Ooh, my B+N had "Motherhood Lost" by Linda Layne and it is FABULOUS! There are so few books out there on the subject, and believe me I read them all because that's just how I process things. I read the medical ones, I read the personal stories but nothing really hit home like this one. Highly recommended!

  2. Crazy! I had the same Barnes & Noble experience. (here's the story... It's under "a day in the life" at "what was lost" ended up being my fave miscarriage book by far! So glad I stumbled upon it at the library.