I Love Me.
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Tara wants to know...what am I awesome at?
Well now, let me see...
I'd never feel comfortable enough to say I rock at anything in the writing/publishing world.
But I will say I have the sort of nature that keeps me in the game long after many say the heck with it.
You see...it all started with my birth...(you're thinking that's a joke, right? Ha!)
Anyhow, according to my mother, the Corkster, she had four children...two boys; two girls. She and my father were done. D-O-N-E. No more kids!!!
But~ seems little old eggy me defied a tubal and got herself conceived. Woot woot. Raise the roof and skip that period. I'm on my way!!
Or so I would have thought. Seems the Corkster's docs had a different opinion. :(
My mother was post thirty, had a slew of medical issues, and had been taking some meds that didn't go hand in hand with a healthy pregnancy.
In the doctors wise opinion...my mother should terminate and have a hysterectomy.When my mom objected, she was assured I would be born mentally handicapped (don't even make the joke- I had four older siblings- I've heard all about the doc being right!).
But my mom refused; my dad agreed...with the prediction I would be born blond haired, brown eyed, and be named Elizabeth.
The moral to the story?
I am just freaking happy to be here.
I know the difference between a hassle and a crisis.
A rejection? That's a hassle.
A malignant tumor? That's a problem.
A bad review? That's a hassle.
Living in the Ukraine? That's a problem.
I could go on...but I think you get it. I'm not the kind of gal that cries and moans over the bad food served at the party. I'm just excited as hell that I got invited!!
Now...have you guys checked these books out? I haven't read them yet, but they are totally on my to read lists!
Check out Honesty's web page!
Buy it Here! .99 cents!!!
After saving her daughter from a car-jacking, off-duty police detective Jocelyn Rush ends up in the ER. The last person she expects to run into is Anita Grant, former prostitute. In spite of Anita's injuries—mutilated hands and feet—Anita refuses to talk about what happened. Reluctantly, Jocelyn backs off, and Anita's case goes to Philadelphia’s Special Victims Unit.
Before long, Jocelyn is pulled into the SVU’s investigation. Anita is finally ready to talk, but only to Jocelyn. Her story is harrowing, even to a seasoned veteran like Jocelyn. Someone is preying on prostitutes, viciously assaulting and mutilating them.
Buy it HERE!!
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