Books and Reviews

Praise for:

Without a Net: Middle Class and Homeless (With Kids) in America

“Refreshingly candid… Without A Net shows how frighteningly easy it can be for an ordinary, non substance-abusing middle-class woman and devoted mother to find herself unable to afford a place to live.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review

“[Kennedy’s] sense of humor, ingenuity, and refreshing refusal to blame others for her mistakes won me over, and I quickly found myself rooting for her to succeed.” —Elle Magazine

“A beautiful, heartfelt, and wonderful book.” —Dorothy Allison, author of Bastard Out of Carolina

Reader’s Guide to Without a Net


51tsbry7zdl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Year of the Dog: How Running Sled Dogs Saved the Life of a Middle-Aged, Woefully Average Mother of Eight.

From Year of the Dog:“To say that dogs saved my life may sound trite to some. It may sound like I am overstating to others – or being dramatic. But if not for the dream of dogs, the company of dogs, the help of dogs, the beauty of the dogs, I am sure I would be here today, but I am not sure I would be alive.”

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