My Irish/Italian Sometimes Awesome, but Mostly Creepy, Childhood
Gold & Silver EVVY winner! Bronze Illumination Award (Pope Francis won the Gold!!). Bronze ELit Awd! Dodging Satan is a humorous coming-of-age story of a young Catholic girl. At St. Michael’s school in the 60s-70s, Bridget Flaherty’s musings on sadistic nuns, domestic violence, and emerging sexuality will have you in stitches. Bridey creates glorious supernatural worlds—with exorcisms, bird relics, Biblical plagues, even the ‘holy’ in holy water—to cope with family tensions.
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Kathleen Zamboni McCormick
CIPA EVVY Gold (Spirituality) & Silver (Humor) Medals, ELit Bronze (Humor), Gold Foreword Reviews INDIES Book of the Year Award, Illumination Bronze (Catholic), and Longlisted Book Viral Awards.
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Sand Hill Review Press
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Feb 1, 2016
Epiphanies await Bridey throughout "Dodging Satan", and such well-drawn, jaw-dropping moments are significant. Kathleen Zamboni McCormick’s fictionalized memoir about growing up in the 1960s in a religious and dysfunctional family induces alternating chuckles and cringes. Its narrator, Bridey,...