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Monday, November 18, 2013

Time is ticking...

To pick one thoughtful thing a loved one did for me is difficult. I've been blessed by so many people. In particular, my parents have been there for me through illnesses. In one particular instance, my mother practically begged the doctors to do a transplant, with her as the donor, to save my life. Thankfully, it didn't come to that, but when you see your parent willing to sacrifice so much for their grown up child, you know you're loved.

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Keren Joel has a phobia and, without realizing it, she's passed it on to her son, forcing her to seek professional help. What she doesn't expect to find is the man who'd been her best friend, twenty years earlier, and his shrine to a moment that forever changed the adults they became.


  1. 'Gingerbread House' sounds intriguing. And if 20 years have gone by, we're looking at a mature relationship, with fully rounded characters. Hooray! Love the new look of the blog, too. And music as well. Lady, you never stop.

  2. Thanks, Bonnie. I always enjoy your comments :) If I can figure something out, I'm hoping to add a little 'something special' to help showcase PBG books even more :D


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