Millions of TV and film viewers know Sela Ward as the Emmy-winning star of the series Once and Again and Sisters. But before she became a successful actress, Sela was first and foremost a small-town girl, the daughter of a family that lived for generations in a Mississippi homestead they called "Homeward." It was there, within a tightly knit community of neighbors and kin, that Sela learned ways that would remain with her through life -- humble virtues, like generosity, selflessness, and respect, that are "forged in the hearth of a loving home." Now she has woven together nostalgic reminiscences, stories from throughout her life and career, and lessons on drawing strength and wisdom from a simpler place and time, to give us Homesick: a very special book on the challenge of raising a family, maintaining perspective, and carving away time for happiness amid the demands of modern life.
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