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Nyhan All the Good Parts transforms nervous energy into healing, productive work in this endearingly quirky novel about a woman grappling with the loss of her husband and trying to keep her life together for the sake of her son, Trey Once taking great pride in her appearance, career, and home, Paige Moresco let herself go after her husband died in a car accident two years earlier Now her wardrobe, her position at the boutique ad agency where she works, her relationship with Trey, and, especially, her shabby yard are all in need of desperate repair Frustrated with the neighbors complaints about her yard, she takes a shovel and begins digging up the weeds Discovering how good it feels to work out her frustration in the dirt, she digs each night until she has dug up her entire yardto the chagrin of the entire neighborhood With the help of new friends, Paige decides to turn her yard into a garden and, in the process, begins to heal herself as well Emotional yet funny, the book will have readers rooting for Paige and her new tomato plants the whole way Confronting grief, change, and a new way of being, Nyhans lovely story captures the rejuvenating power of hard work that can start right in the backyardEndearingly quirkyEmotional yet funnyConfronting grief, change, and a new way of being, Nyhans lovely story captures the rejuvenating power of hard work that can start right in the backyard Publishers WeeklyCharmingNyhan has fun with a bubbly satire of business culture Kirkus ReviewsOn the surface, this is a sweet novel about aging, grief, and redemption But Nyhan All the Good Parts,, who has experienced loss herself, shares very insightful observations She reminds readers that comfort and hope can come in the most unexpected encounters if the heart is open BooklistFor the two years since her husbands death, Paige has been concentrating on putting one foot in front of the otherNyhan uses details from her own personal tragedy to harness the pain, tenderness, and empowerment of Paiges transformation in Digging In Associated PressA warm story of new beginnings and getting over lossThis is a powerful and uplifting story Parkersburg News and SentinelFull of life, vitality, and humor, the messy side of life, the things that arent prettyWise, witty, and affecting Novelgossip Loretta Nyhans novels are emotional for sure, but they still manage to deal with tough themes in an upbeat and hilarious wayBy the end of the book, youre left in a place of healthy, hopeful bliss, a place only Nyhan could take us to The Suspense is Thrilling MeThis is a vision of love, hope, and pressing onward even when it doesnt seem possibleHighly recommended USA Todays Happy Ever AfterA compelling blend of grief, humor, and change, Digging In by Loretta Nyhan is an impressively original and entertaining read from cover to cover Midwest Book ReviewNyhan has done it again Her characters captivate and her gift for vivid prose shines in this roller coaster of a tale My hope is that it leaps from the page to the big screen Any reader with a heart wont want it to end Nicole Waggoner, author of Center Ring and The ActI want to scream my love for this book from the rooftops What a delightful, funny, authentic, wise story about the healing power of gardening and the struggle to root yourself in the untilled land of grief With a full cast of unique characters, Digging In is a must read for anyone seeking pure entertainment Barbara Claypole White, bestselling author of The Perfect SonI loved this one Tender and sweet and hilarious Packed full of wise moments, with a fresh take on what it is to experience grief The characters seemed so lifelike I caught myself considering Googling one of them to see what she was up to in her life now Hilarious take on split generation officeshipsters vs the shoulder pad brigade Recommend this read to anyone Virginia Franken, author of Life After Coffee Digging In is the loveliest novel The title is perfecta metaphor for digging deep It is the story of a woman who has been brought to her knees by the loss of her husband, the love of her life Now absolutely everything is on the line, her job, her relationship with her teenage son, and her will to live, hangs in the balance The unique and surprisingeven to herways she recovers had me turning the pages, and yet I wanted to linger In her own inimitable warm, witty, and compassionate style, Loretta Nyhan has written a wise and poignant story of recovery from grief I loved this book Barbara Taylor Sissel, author of The Truth We Bury and Faultlines

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