“It took Judith thirty-four years to realize that if she wanted to be free of her mother, she was going to have to do the freeing herself.”
On Sundays She Picked Flowers is about a woman named Judith who finally escapes her mother to countryside of Georgia. There she makes a home for herself in a cottage given to her by a relatively kind innkeeper. And it’s there she begins her Sunday routine. And it’s there she learns of the beings in the woods. And it’s also there she meets Nemoira, the woman who changes her life in ways Judith never even thought of. This novel is an exploration of transformation, of metamorphosis, closure, retribution, nature, and healing. In this southern gothic tale, you will see Judith become undone and reborn in incredible ways that is human and more than human. It’s a rollercoaster of emotion, dealings of familial trauma, love, and mystery. On Sundays She Picked Flowers is a fascinating story that will keep you on your toes and compel you to finish it in one sitting.