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Etched in Shadow Hill Cemetery

Available on Amazon and on Barnes and Noble

“A funny, spirited story that is bursting with 1970s nostalgia. Justine and Eva’s summer teenage escapades tickled my memory, and their devoted friendship touched my heart.” – Shelle Sumners, author of Grace Grows

“This book is a well-written coming-of-age story told alternately by Eva and Justine that perfectly captures the hopes, self-doubt, happiness and heartbreak of adolescence.” – Fulmoonmajik

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“What a wonderful book! Once I started reading, I couldn’t put it down. As a child of the 70s myself, I was able to relate to both Eva and Justine, and I thoroughly enjoyed getting lost in the time and found myself completely entertained by their crazy antics! I’m sorry I finished it so quickly – I didn’t want the story to end!” – Amazon Customer

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“It is a beautiful, well-written story of two precocious young girls, that had me laughing and crying along with them. The authors did a wonderful job bringing the characters to life.” – Charles Mattey

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“Be prepared to be mesmerized by the summertime friendships and antics of two female teenagers of the 70s era. You will be hooked as soon as you read about the heinous incident in the first chapter that underlines the plot and entire storyline. The captured reader will find it hard to stop perusing the twists and turns of this story to its conclusion.” – Jean Nostrand

Available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble

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Guest Blog Pieces! 

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Check out my guest blog post on Jeanine Consoli Travels: “The Beauty, History, and Culture of Seville.” http://bit.ly/2v1nxqF

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Check out my guest blog post on Authors Helping Authors: “My Herniated Disc Prepared Me for the Overwhelming World of Self-Publishing”. http://bit.ly/2dDLZHA

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