Book Review: Kind Chemist Wife: Musings at 3 a.m., by Sarah Bigham / Reviewed by Candice Daquin

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Kind Chemist Wife: Musings at 3 a.m.,  by Sarah Bigham

Review by Candice Louisa Daquin

This is a book about many things. In essence this is a book someone who has chronic pain or any chronic condition will find a great deal in. Any woman also. Any lesbian. Virtually any human being if they are willing. It’s a universal book about a life. Sarah Bigham asks in her introduction; What is truth? Truth may be malleable but she’s most certainly able to access it within Kind Chemist Wife; Musings at 3am. The first time I read this title it was in Bigham’s biography and I thought it was such a gentle term of affection for her wife, which has gone on to seed her creation.

Bigham is covering a long time period, from hometown, student, campus, professor and her exploits otherwise. This all needs to go together to fully tell…

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6 thoughts on “Book Review: Kind Chemist Wife: Musings at 3 a.m., by Sarah Bigham / Reviewed by Candice Daquin

  1. Thank you so much my lovely. If ever I can help you with a review I would be so delighted. I think you have my email – always LMK I am so glad to support my friends.

  2. You are lovely, kind and generous! I have no books out at the moment but I’m working on refurbishing a book of poetry that I began back I’m 2013 but never finished. I really appreciate your generosity and sweet offer. You will be on my mind when I finish that. of course I will always be available should you want a review from me. ❤️🌷

  3. I would be so honored to write something once you are finished and wish you the best with that, it sounds wonderful! We are better when we support and care for each other xo

  4. Nice review for an author local to me. She’ll be doing a reading from her book on Facebook tomorrow (30 April) sponsored by the local college, Frederick Community College, where she teaches.

  5. Thank you so much for reading this and appreciating it. She is a tremendous human-being and I’m honored to write a review of her work. I first got to know her through her contribution to a book I edited called SMITTEN. Thank you for your support of indie authors and her work.

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