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Sinclair Browning is a "dirty-shirt cowgirl" whose family ranched for years. Having lived in, and ridden, the Sonoran desert for most of her life, she still breaks her own horses, rounds up cattle and team pens.
In this second collection of true stories more than 70 women from various backgrounds recount the visits, signs, and warnings they've received from their deceased mothers.
One night, while sitting around the campfire with friends, Sinclair Browning shared the story of her actress mother, who used to warm up with breathing exercises before going on stage. Lying on her back, she'd blow a feather up in the air and repeat the phrase "I love you." For years after her mother's death, Sinclair would find white feathers in locations that defied explanation, and feels certain they were her mother's way of contacting her from beyond. That night at the campfire, other women stepped forward and told similar stories. Sinclair realized she was not alone, and the inspiration for Feathers Brush My Heart was born. From the mother who saved her daughter from a fatal car crash by warning her in a dream to one daughter's mysterious encounter with a beautiful stranger, whom she later recognized in a family photo as her dead mom, these touching stories will turn skeptics into believers and affirm that a mother's love lives on forever.