Blue Ink: This is an intelligently written memoir,…
… there are many universal moments here that children of the 70’s in particular will appreciate. Likewise any woman who has lost her mother will relate to this tale.
Kirkus: Scott’s memoir stands out for its ability to grab and hold readers. For any reader, Scott’s look back on small-town-life in Texas is an entertaining read; for those facing the death of a parent, it’s a promise of better days ahead.
Clarion: Such honest self-reflection is the best part of the book. Scott’s account of the year after her mother’s death provides insight into a mind both shaped and inspired by grief. The Year My Mother Died ... is sure to provide some comfort to those going through their own loss.