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Survival Lessons

Survival Lessons - Alice Hoffman

Survival Lessons


The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

" Survival Lessons] is not about Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens

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The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

" Survival Lessons] is not about Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens
The New York Times-bestselling author and cancer survivor tells how to hold on to joy in times of sorrow in this "absolutely beautiful book" (Sue Monk Kidd).

The prize-winning author of such modern literary classics as Practical Magic, The World That We Knew, and The Marriage of Opposites, Alice Hoffman is also a cancer survivor. In Survival Lessons, she shares her transformative journey, showing us how to re-envision our own lives and relationships with our friends and family, and the significance of the everyday choices we make.

Sorrow and joy are both part of the human experience, and the beauty of the world is easy to overlook during periods of crisis, illness, or loss. Here, Hoffman offers wit, wisdom, and comfort in "an optimistic instruction manual [for] anyone struggling with self-care in a time of trouble" (Story Circle Book Reviews).

"In this gem of a book, Alice Hoffman acknowledges the sorrows of life, while reminding us of its joys. Survival Lessons is filled with love, insight, and lots of practical advice--including a crazy-good brownie recipe." --Will Schwalbe, New York Times-bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Hoffman's storytelling artistry enlivens each intimate, thoughtfully distilled, charming, and nurturing lesson in living." --Booklist

"[Survival Lessons] is not about [Hoffman's] breast cancer per se but about making choices that will improve readers' lives and relationships and remind them 'of the beauty of life.'" --Library Journal

"Full of smart intentions and kind reminders . . . Uplifting advice we'll gladly take." --Better Homes & Gardens

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