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Laura Davis is a six-time bestselling author. Her books, including The Courage to Heal and I Thought We’d Never Speak Again have been translated into 11 languages and sold 1.8 million copies. Laura leads writing workshops in the U.S. and internationally that focus on writing as a tool for healing and transformation. Her new book is a memoir about the tumultuous twists and turns of mother-daughter love, The Burning Light of Two Stars. Learn more at: www.LauraDavis.net.
On this page you can read the opening chapters of The Burning Light of Two Stars, and at the bottom of the page you can sign up to get a free workbook I created: Writing Through Courage: A Thirty Day Practice.
Over thirty years ago - 1988, to be precise - Laura Davis coauthored The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse - a book that has had an extraordinary life, as it continues to be read and used, even as it helped prompt the publication of similar books and accounts, and, even more, helped change the language and perception surrounding women’s childhood sexual abuse itself.
In her autobiographical new book, The Burning Light of Two Stars: A Mother-Daughter Story (Girl Friday Books), Laura tells a story of mother-daughter reconciliation and love to powerful ends.
Join Laura Davis in virtual conversation with her co-author of The Courage to Heal, esteemed poet and teacher Ellen Bass, whose most recent book is Indigo.
Here for your watching pleasure is the wonderful, intimate, fascinating conversation these two co-authors had—their first public appearance in almost twenty years.