Donna Barten

Breathing Water

Sometimes you dream and life keeps throwing you crap, so you put parts of your life deep where no one can find them, not even yourself. Breathing Water is a novel about coping mechanisms gone awry as Colleen O’Byrne searches for happiness in life, love and marriage during an era of changing expectations for women.

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