Hey! Run, do not walk, over to Margaret’s blog now and read about the work of Jay Bradner, who just may have figured out a way to stop myeloma dead in its tracks. After watching the video below, I started wishing I was a mouse!
I thought I’d try a really plain theme for my blog. I think it’ll help with load time, and probably make things easier to find.
I haven’t posted anything of any substance lately, but I’m still here!
Quarter-Finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Competition < Read this first Amazon.com Review A nicely-paced, intriguingly written story that has a palpable ring of truth in its universal portrait of thorny family dynamics. First person narrator is honest and sympathetic and her observations are smart and articulated with an original style. Amazon.com Review
The main character, Sarah, is the strongest aspect (at least in this excerpt). She is quite fully realized, very believable and so well drawn that I can easily visualize her. Her reactions as she deals with her problems are realistic. The author has done an excellent job introducing the characters and setting out the problems they face. The needed information is supplied but it is done in an interesting manner
PDF version of excerpt. Download and review!