Alana Kirk is a writer and journalist. She has travelled the world working for charities and writing their stories. When her Mum had a devastating stroke just four days after her third baby was born, her life was turned upside down. She began to blog about the struggles of being sandwiched between caring for the two ends of her life - her children and her parents. Over five years later, she is still stuck in the Sandwich Years, but finally found a way to thrive as well as survive. Alana still works for the non-profit sector as well as being a writer, and raising three girls.
A warm, familiar, touching memoir, ending sadly but hopefully and written with honesty and love * Irish Times * A heartrending account peppered with humour * Irish Examiner * There is real life on every page of this funny, sad and wise book * Patricia Scanlan *