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BOGO–-Buy one of my books on Amazon and then choose one of the others (e-book format) as a gift from me. Just let me know that you’ve bought one–and which one you want. https://www.amazon.com/Phyllis-Babrove/e/B072PYDLT6?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1571606620&sr=8-1
With about 60 days until the holidays, it’s not too soon to be thinking about shopping for friends and loved ones. Visit my page on Amazon for the readers in your life.
“The Primrose Garden,” the sequel to “When Shadows Linger,” is the story of three siblings who struggle to keep their family together after the untimely deaths of both of their parents. A mystery romance, the story deals with issues of loss, grief, family, suicide prevention, and substance abuse. It is available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback formats.
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Thanks to the wonderful ladies at the Zipporah Chapter of Hadassah for having me speak at their luncheon today. I enjoyed it immensely–and I hope that they enjoy reading about Rebecca!!
“When Shadows Linger” is the story of Maggie Sinclair and the emotional journey she embarks on while searching for a new life after the tragic death of her husband. Thirty-one years old, Maggie relocates to beautiful Vermont to escape the constant memories around her. It is there that she meets Ben, a psychologist in the building where she has her private therapy practice. As time goes on, Maggie’s husband appears to her in various forms, such as a soft touch on her face or as a shadow. And as her relationship with Ben intensifies, Maggie asks for signs 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. Available on Amazon in E-book and paperback formats.
I’ve recently discovered online book clubs and am enjoying the experience of “meeting” other readers. As I’ve shared in the past, the whole social media is new for me. I’ve struggled with using it to promote my writing–the main reason is that I didn’t grow up with it. Another reason is that I think it’s not an appropriate means of communication for children. But I’m not going to get into that. The book clubs are fun–recommendations are made back and forth; advice is sought about whether or not a boring book gets better–things like that. My main objective in seeking out clubs was to promote my books. Whether or not that happens, I’m still having a good time with the clubs. Check it out–just search book clubs on Face Book’s page.
If you were at Hallmark in Sunrise on Saturday March 23rd and bought my book, I want to thank you. I hope that you enjoy my writing, and I look forward to your thoughts. In “My Name is Rebecca: A Novelette,” I have included some stories that I heard while growing up. If you send me an email or leave a comment, I would love to share them with you.