Indie Chicks: 25 Women 25 Personal Stories
(All proceeds for this book will be sent to the Susan G. Komen Foundation)
This exciting anthology contains stories from twenty-five women from
different parts of the world. Their ages differ, as do
and locations, but one thing they all have in common is a spirit of
independence and a determination to not only succeed, but prevail.
Whether their struggles are to maintain balance between motherhood and
career, escape from an abusive relationship, or to step out in faith and
pursue a dream, all of these women have forged their own path.
women, one of our most powerful "gifts" is the ability to encourage one
another. This book is an effort to encourage women across the world.
These twenty-five women share stories that will make you laugh, inspire
you, and maybe even make you cry. Their hope is that these stories will
inspire YOUR independent spirit and allow you to live the life you were
meant to live.
In addition, each woman has included a “sneak peek” into one of her own novels.
proceeds from this book will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation which
fights breast cancer - a disease all too close to home for many of us.
Our prayers and best wishes are with those who are struggling with this
terrible and devastating disease. Buy a book for yourself and “gift” one
to the important women in your life. Together, we can make a
difference. Thank you for your support.
Foreword by Karen McQuestion, Afterword by Beth Elisa Harris
Stories included: Foreword by Karen McQuestion, Knight in Shining Armor by Shea MacLeod, Latchkey Kid by Heather Marie Adkins, Write or Die by Danielle Blanchard, The Phoenix and The Darkness by Lizzy Ford, Never Too Late by Linda Welch, Stepping Into the Light by Donna Fasano, One Fictionista’s Literary Bliss by Katherine Owen, I Burned My Bra For This? by Cheryl Shireman, Mrs. So Got It Wrong Agent by Prue Battten, Holes by Suzanne Tyrpak, Turning Medieval by Sarah Woodbury, A Kinky Adventure in Anglophilia by Anne R. Allen, Writing From a Flour Sack by Dani Amore, Just Me and James Dean by Cheryl Bradshaw, How a Big Yellow Truck Changed My Life by Christine DeMaio-Rice, From 200 Rejections to Amazon Top 200! by Sibel Hodge, Have You Ever Lost a Hat? by Barbara Silkstone, French Fancies! by Mel Comley
Life’s Little Gifts by Melissa Foster, Never Give Up On Your Dream by Christine Kersey, Self-taught Late Bloomer by Carol Davis Luce, Moving to The Middle East by Julia Crane, Paper, Pen, and Chocolate by Talia Jager, The Magic Within and The Little Book That Could by Michelle Muto, Write Out of Grief by Melissa Smith, Afterword by Beth Elisa Harris
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Megan's Way by Melissa Foster
What would you give up for the people you love?
When Megan Taylor, a
single mother and artist, receives the shocking news that her cancer has
returned, she'll be faced with the most difficult decision she's ever
had to make. She'll endure an emotional journey, questioning her own
moral and ethical values, and the decisions she'd made long ago. The
love she has for her daughter, Olivia, and her closest friends, will be
stretched and frayed.
Meanwhile, fourteen-year-old Olivia's world
is falling apart right before her eyes, and there's nothing she can do
about it. She finds herself acting in ways she cannot even begin to
understand. When her internal struggles turn to dangerous behavior, her
life will hang in the balance.
Megan's closest friends are caught
in a tangled web of deceit. Each must figure out how, and if, they can
expose their secrets, or forever be haunted by their pasts.
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~My Emily by Matt Patterson
This book tells the story of a hurting family, an amazing little girl and a mysteriously faithful God.
Emily wasn't born perfect - so one might think.
was born with Down Syndrome and many would jump to the conclusion that
she would have very little hope for a life with any significance. Two
years later came the diagnosis of leukemia. What little hope remaining
turned to no hope whatsoever - or so one might think.
of this little girl, with all its perceived imperfections, had great
meaning. Her loving nature and courage touched the hearts of everyone
she met. She also taught them how to value their own lives - even with
their many "imperfections."
Note: A portion of the proceeds from
the sale of this book will help families with special needs children,
those who are battling pediatric cancers, as well as parents grieving
the loss of a little one.