When Becky Aikman's husband died, she was not ready to be a widow, and certainly not ready to give up on finding happiness again like some of the widows she had met.

Aikman decided to form a group of widows like her—determined to to move forward—and she writes about their experiences in her memoir, Saturday Night Widows. She and five other widows met together once a month for a year on Saturday nights, sharing meals and going to art museums. Most importantly, they learned how to live on after the worst thing they thought could happen to them, happened.

Read our review at BookPage.com and watch the interview-style book trailer:

Will you read Saturday Night Widows? What are you reading today?

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