Four New York City mothers whose children have just been diagnosed with autism meet in a support group in If I Could Tell You, the debut novel by Hannah Brown.
These four very different women – a magazine editor, an ex-model who owns a bar, a physical therapist and an English professor – would never have become friends under ordinary circumstances. But after their children’s autism diagnosis, they find that they need each other to get through a very tough year. The friendship that develops among them helps them cope with the challenge of their children’s autism, as well as the strains on their marriages, the pressures of raising their other children, and the difficulty of balancing work and their family’s needs.
It’s a book for anyone who likes a good laugh, a good cry and a great read!
Published in May 2012 by Vantage Point Books in New York, the novel is an Amazon bestseller and is also available on Barnes and Noble and iTunes.
The audiobook version of If I Could Tell You will be available soon from Audible.com
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