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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

When I read this post topic, my mind raced with images of a perfect table with a soothing candle and peace all around or maybe a coffee shop with some hot latte and a cozy chair on the corner. Either of those could fit perfectly for me on any given day, but the reality is inspiration hits by spaces and you can’t always make the perfect place every day.  I try and always carry a piece of paper with me and write ideas as they materialize though the day, when I finally get the opportunity to sit in front of a keyboard I take the time and make the most of it. I doesn’t matter  if I’m at my sons basketball practice, on a coffee shop waiting to pick one of them up or home between errands, the time I have it’s just me and the characters I want to bring to life with words, the only things that’s needed for me is not the space but music. In all of these places the only thing that’s a must are ear buds and music the rest is divinely delivered.

Can anything good follow the best thing that ever happened to you?
Amelia Weiss loved her husband of thirty-five years very much, but now he’s left her a widow. Without him, she is unable to work in her sculpture studio without crying. She no longer has a bridge to her estranged daughter. And she can’t seem to keep her mind in the present.
But when her daughter reaches out asking for her help and her agent threatens a lawsuit if Amelia doesn’t deliver for an upcoming exhibit, she’s forced to make a choice. Will she reengage with her life and the people in it—allowing room for things to be different than they were before? Or, will she remain stuck in the past, choosing her memories over real-life relationships?
Thrust fully into the present, Amelia stumbles into a surprising journey of self-discovery.
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Genre – Contemporary Fiction, Literary Fiction, Women's Fiction
Rating – PG-13
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