FREE ON 9/24 & 9/25 (KINDLE FORMAT)–“Envelopes of Hope” was inspired by a letter from my daughter when she went to rehab. Thanking me for not giving up on her, I wrote my first novelette with the hope of giving support to families who are dealing with or who dealt with, substance abuse. It is the story of a young girl who sinks into the dark world of drugs and with the support and love of her family, is able to find her way out to happiness. If you don’t read e-books or have Amazon, contact me and I’ll send you a paperback edition–with free shipping.
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Have you read any good books lately? Do you like historical fiction, romance/suspense, contemporary fiction? Or would you or someone you know benefit from a prevention/resource book? You will find all of those genres here. If you wonder what my writing is all about, read the “Passages” page and check them out for yourself. Follow me on this site and I will gift you one of my books (your choice). Just send an email to: email@example.com with your choice and your mailing address–and let me know that you followed me with your email address. That’s it–and I’ll pay for the shipping. And oh–put “new follower” on the subject line.
SEPTEMBER SPECIAL!! Buy my new book, “Words from a mother in warning. How to protect your child from drugs,” (see below) to help prevent a death for $5.99 and get a second for only $2.00 (total of $8.55 with tax) and I’ll pay the shipping. The drug epidemic in our country is so severe that we lost 93,000 people to overdoses in 2020 and one of them was my daughter. Help me make a difference. Together we can do it. For more information, you can e-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Buy a book and help save a life. The book provides support, education, parenting tips, and prevention information for parents. It’s available on Amazon or through my blog with free shipping. For only $5.95 (plus tax) , you can help prevent someone from taking the wrong path and help those who want to take the right path. More information about the book is available on: https://herstarforevershines.wordpress.com/
“My Name is Rebecca: A Novelette” is the story of a father and his sons who emigrated from Russia to the United States in the early 1900s, living in New York and then settling in Wisconsin. The reader accompanies the family as they leave behind their homeland to escape persecution and poverty, searching for religious freedom and a better life. The voyage to America, the ordeal of going through Ellis Island, and a description of the Lower East Side of New York, are all detailed in the story. They bring not only their beliefs and traditions to America, but they also bring the story of their family to pass down to future generations. While the story is historical fiction, there are some true stories I heard and witnessed while growing up. As an added note–the photo on the cover is my mother when she was 4 years old in 1931. ($5.99). Appropriate for all ages.
When I wrote “My Name is Rebecca: A Novelette” it was to honor my mother’s family who came to America from Russia in the early 1900s. As it evolved, I realized that their story is shared by millions of other families. While it is historical fiction, I did include some stories that I heard while growing up. I have donated the book to various libraries and museums, such as the Milwaukee Jewish Museum, The Holocaust Museum in Miami Beach, The Racine Public Library, The Racine Heritage Museum and The Tenement Museum in New York. I have recently had the honor to send the book to the National Library of Israel after it was requested. The little book that started out as a tribute to my family has now made its way to another country. Wouldn’t they have been proud? I am.
“The Primrose Garden” is the story of the hurdles encountered by siblings as they try to keep their family together after the sudden deaths of their parents. When it is determined a year later that their parents did not die in an accident, the reader accompanies the siblings as they each struggle with the fact that their parents were murdered.For those who read “When Shadows Linger,” they will recognize some of the characters in this sequel. “The Primrose Garden” deals with family, loss, substance abuse, suicide prevention, and love. A mystery romance, it is sure to hold the interest of readers who enjoy both genres. ($12.95)
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“When Shadows Linger” is the story Maggie Sinclair, thirty-one years old, who is widowed when her husband dies in a car accident following a winter storm. Having difficulty remaining in Wisconsin because of constant memories, Maggie moves to Vermont to start a new life. Opening up a private therapy practice, she meets Ben Grayson, a psychologist with an office in her building. Maggie is reluctant to become involved with Ben as she is still in love with her husband. As time passes, Maggie encounters signs of her late husband in various forms, such as a soft touch on her face or seeing a shadow. As her relationship with Ben intensifies, Maggie’s husband appears to her by voice and finally in person. Maggie is constantly asking him for a sign that it is okay for her to move on. Through the therapy that she provides to her clients who are dealing with loss due to death, family issues and adoption, Maggie also works on resolving her own grief. ($7.99)