“When I awoke that morning, I didn’t know I was pregnant. It makes sense, though, that the child growing within me would send up memories on light beams—illuminating relics of long-buried events whispering from the depths of our ancestral consciousness. Connecting us. And portending our trials to come. Thus, the survivor deep within me awoke from a primordial sleep, bonding with the baby and determined to save her from my fate.”
--Remembering Changes Everything, a memoir.
“Willow’s prose remains eloquent throughout even when describing raw, harrowing episodes . . . the author reveals herself as a strong woman who’s unwilling to succumb to her past . . .”