Look How Happy Im Making You

Look How Happy Im Making You New School MFA graduate, O. Henry Prize winner and contributor to the NYT Book Review, Polly Rosenwaike's LOOK HOW HAPPY I'M MAKING YOU, a thematically linked debut story collection portraying the joys and griefs of motherhood and the complexity of women's reproductive lives, from infertility, pregnancy and miscarriage to post-partum depression and early parenthood. Best Read [ Look How Happy Im Making You ] Author [ Polly Rosenwaike ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Look How Happy Im Making You
  • Polly Rosenwaike
  • 15 November 2019

12 thoughts on “Look How Happy Im Making You

  1. says:

    I m one of those people that doesn t love short stories I m just not a fan I feel that they lack in character development On the other hand, I have read short stories that leave me amazed at how much an author packed in so few pages Usually, with short stories, I end up liking some of the stories presented but am left underwhelmed by others I am here to tell you that this was not the case with Look How Happy I m Making You, I loved all of the stories I had my favorites but even the ones I m one of those people that doesn t love short stories I m just not a fan I feel that they lack in character development On the other hand, I have read short stories that leave me amazed at how much an author packed in so few pages Usually, with short stories, I end up liking some of the stories presented but am left underwhelmed by others I am here to tell you that this was not the case with Look How Happy I m Making You, I loved all of the stories I had my favorites but even the ones that weren t favorites were still such a great read One of the things that fascinated me about every story is the author s linguistic ap...

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    Never before have I read an author s work that cut so deeply I felt like Polly Rosenwaike culled my thoughts and articulated them better than I ever could in these 12 perfect stories.Each story is so strong it could stand alone but as a collection it knocks the breath out of you The prose is beautiful, serious yet somehow light and includes no unnecessary narration Rosenwaike s insights are stunning, as are her meditations on the little moments of every day life These characters are our Never before have I read an author s work that cut so deeply I felt like Polly Rosenwaike culled my thoughts and articulated them better than I ever could in these 12 perfect stories.Each story is so strong it could stand alone but as a collection it knocks the breath out of you The prose is beautiful, serious yet somehow light and includes no unnecessary narration Rosenwaike s insights a...

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    This short story collection chronicles the complex range of emotions that accompany pregnancy and new motherhood, focusing on everything from infertility to miscarriage and abortion to the mundane day to day of life with a newborn.Rosenwaike s insights and observations are so spot on the best parts are those sentences of which there are many that reveal a truth so accurate that it makes you feel a little bit less alone.Anyone who is a parent or who has ever thought about becoming one will This short story collection chronicles the complex range of emotions that accompany pregnancy and new motherhood, focusing on everything from infertility to miscarriage and abortion to the mundane day to day of life with a newborn.Rosenwaike s insights and observations are so spot on the best parts are those sentences of which there are many that reveal a truth so accurate that it makes you feel a little bit less alone.Anyone who is a parent or who has ever thought about beco...

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    5 Stars It is rare to create a short story collection as strong as this one Even the stories that weren t my absolute favourite were still engrossing and highly entertaining Look How Happy I m Making You, does the opposite of what the title suggests and shows us the struggles of motherhood whether it s trying to become a Mother, feeling overwhelmed in your new position as a Mother, or perhaps choosing not to be a Mother It is real, raw and beautiful in the midst of a day and age where you 5 Stars It is rare to create a short story collection as strong as this one Even the stories that weren t my absolute favourite were still engrossing and highly entertaining Look How Happy I m Making You, does the opposite of what the title suggests and shows us the struggles of motherhood whether it s trying to become a Mother, feeling overwhelmed in your new position as a Mother, or perhaps choosing not to be a Mother It is real, raw and beautiful in the midst...

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    via my blog A woman s body was suppsed to know exactly what to do In Polly Rosenwaike s debut collection of stories, women are confrontingthan just motherhood There are relationship struggles, bodies that are failing to behave as nature intended, and conflicting emotions within their own minds Growing up girls are rarely privy to the reality of pregnancy and childbirth It isn t like all those movies where an unexpected pregnancy is a happy via my blog A woman s body was suppsed to know exactly what to do In Polly Rosenwaike s debut collection of stories, women are confrontingthan just motherhood There are relationship struggles, bodies that are failing to behave as nature intended, and conflicting emotions within their own minds Growing up girls are rarely privy to the reality of pregnancy and childbirth It isn t like all those movies where an unexpected pregnancy is a happy blessing, or the moment you try for a baby its immediate succes, the men are all adoring, the mother to be is glowing and when the time comes the couple has supportive family, friends, money and boom her body is back to its pre pregnancy shape Of course the baby and mother bond instantly, there isn t any struggle breast feeding, absolutely no sign of postpartum depression The reality is, there is jealousy particularly when you can t get pregnant a...

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    I enjoyed these fine short stories so much Each catches a woman at a transitional moment, whether she s a new mom or ending a pregnancy, trying to start a family or resisting pressures to do so I love the humor and honesty here, the wisdom and the ambivalence, the characters who ...

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    I don t normally like short stories, but I absolutely LOVED this collection These brought me back to the uniquely awful days of early motherhood to the time when I was considering becoming a mother to the first days, months and months in, where I felt like maybe things would be okay and I had the hang of it to those hellish nights of failed sleep training, andThese stories manage to capture all the nuances of motherhood, even in the characters who aren t mothers All without being I don t normally like short stories, but I absolutely LOVED this collection These brought me back to the uniquely awful days of early motherhood to the time when I was considering becoming a mother to the first days, months and months in, where I felt like maybe things would be okay and I had the hang of it to those hellish nights of failed sleep training, andThese stories ma...

  8. says:

    Thank you to Doubleday and NetGalley for the advanced read.What a gem collection of short stories about mothers, mothers to be, or women who have a motherly role This intimate collection captures their ups and downs during pregnancy and new ...

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    Pregnancy Birth Abortion Miscarriage Parenting These are all themes of the stories in this lyrical, thoughtful volume Amusing at times, tear shedding at others, the stories here offer something the reader can relate to I read it in one sitting I will definitely look for...

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    Look How Happy I m Making You by Polly Rosenwaike features stories about women who want to be mothers, who reluctantly come into motherhood, who struggle with the identity of motherhood, who deal with post partum depression, who never want ed to be mothers, who have lost mothers, who choose to terminate their motherhood I have mixed feelings about this book of short stories on motherhood probably because I am on the cusp of motherhood myself, less than 3 months away from giving birth to a Look How Happy I m Making You by Polly Rosenwaike features stories about women who want to be mothers, who reluctantly come into motherhood, who struggle with the identity of motherhood, who deal with post partum depression, who never want ed to be mothers, who have lost mothers, who choose to terminate their motherhood I have mixed feelings about this book of short stories on motherhood probably because I am on the cusp of motherhood myself, less than 3 months away from giving birth to a miraculous baby boy Some of the stories made me uncomfortable, and even a bit scared, especially the ones that referenced stillbirths or miscarriages You never know real...

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    WOW I am in pieces on the floor, reeling and desperate for whatever Polly Rosenwaike s next book will be because right now I feel like onlyof her words will be able to put me back together I am not a mother, I ve not had an abortion or a miscarriage or lost a child but these stories shook me to the core, easily handing me the empathy I needed to be rocked by the good times and the very bad had within these pages Each time I was comfortably following along, getting to know the WOW I am in pieces on the floor, reeling and desperate for whatever Polly Rosenwaike s next book will be because right now I feel like onlyof her words will be able to put me back together I am not a mother, I ve not had an abortion or a miscarriage or lost a child but these stories shook me to the core, easily handing me the empathy I needed to be rocked by the good times and the very bad had within these pages Each time I was comfortably following along, getting to know the characters, I was hit with the confusion of a casual couple s discovery that they d accidentally conceived, or a happy new...

  12. says:

    In her glummer moments, she thought that reading was the only thing she was good at, and what sort of skill was that for an adult to rely on in this world The short stories in this collection all concern women of that age when relatives and acquaintances feel free to ask about one s plans for having children And in each story, a woman deals with pregnancy or not being pregnant, the struggles of having and caring for a baby, or the determination to not have children Eve was made of wailing, of In her glummer moments, she thought that reading was the only thing she was good at, and what sort of skill was that for an adult to rely on in this world The short stories in this collection all concern women of that age when relatives and acquaintances feel free to ask about one s plans for having children And in each story, a woman deals with pregnancy or not being pregnant, the struggles of having and caring for a baby, or...

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