The Brightness Index

A Glowing Collection in The Brightness Index, September 5, 2016

reviewed by Mary E. Latela
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This review is from: The Brightness Index (Kindle Edition)
Grace Mattioli’s stories gently move about highlighting the lives of ordinary, yet special folks. This collection of short stories is a gem. Stacie, the down-and-out waitress, chases down a robber, becomes a friend, and they connect over lunch each day. An elderly woman moves to the SW, and rediscovers plue, a color of the sunset which binds her to her dear mother, who died when Eloise was a child. Each story is simply wonderful as Ms. Mattioli shows us the importance of paying attention to details, of allowing the characters to come alive each in her own way. I highly recommend The Brightness Index; once you acknowledge the magic in ordinary people, your life may brighten as well!

About @LatelaMary

Author of 14 self-help books, five still available: Prepare Him Room, Ten Steps to Peace, Healing the Abusive Family, Moments for Mothers. Breaking the Boxes: critique of institutions vs. individuals. Work-in-progress: Memoir (Sorting out Secrets)
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