Ever since my memoir was published last July, I have been receiving a few emails every month from people telling me how healing my memoir has been for them or for a loved one. This has inspired me to donate books to Little Free Libraries whenever I come across them. If you’ve purchased a copy, perhaps this will inspire you to donate it to a free little library in your community.
“This moving memoir is about not just a daughter, not just a father, but a whole family, one that’s impossible not to love. Hall’s writing is honest and insightful and her story a comfort and a gem.”
—Victoria Loustalot, author of This is How You Say Goodbye and Living Like Audrey: Life Lessons from the Fairest Lady of All
Laura Hall was born on the San Francisco Peninsula to a gay father and a straight mother. Her memoir, “Affliction: Growing Up With A Closeted Gay Dad,” is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and independent bookstores. Laura and her husband live in San Francisco.
Brad Carvey says
There is a really nice one across left by a previous across the street neighbor. I may read it one more time, before donating it.
Laura Hall says
Sweet of you, Brad!