The Right to Bear by Robin Meister
6:19 PM | Author: Paul Mullin
The Right to Bear by Robin Meister

Her incessant worrying about fetal alcohol syndrome and autism filled a notebook. But he was only born with a birthmark beneath his right eye; her reward for choosing life over death. “It’s just a hobby,” he tells her now, beaming, showing her how easily the magazine snaps into the barrel.

Robin Meister lives in Buffalo, New York, where she finds joy in dumping a dozen organic lemons into a clear glass bowl, but not because the sun never shines here. It does. A lot.
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