WOW this is a captivating story … My feelings for the main character Emeline vacillated between pity and admiration as the story unfolded. Each character is interesting, some evolve with time, some I hated others I loved - the sign of a well written book. Each character was believable in their own way and came alive with the telling… The further you get into this story the more it captivates you. -
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LEGACY Features 14 Authors Writing on the Most Human of Questions . . .
"Carroll takes a different approach to legacy through her short, "Forget Me Not." It takes you on a roller coaster ride, starting with anger and frustration ... to sadness and regret to even smiles and warm content. It was ultimately a sweet story that closed with a sort of perfection ..." - Tif Talks Books On "Forget Met Not" featured in Legacy: An Anthology
In January 2015, Velvet Morning Press and the The Book Wheel blogger Allison Hiltz challenged fourteen fiction and nonfiction authors to sit down in the month of January 2015, shut out distractions and write on this transcendent topic, all the while Tweeting about their efforts. The resulting fiction and nonfiction stories fill the pages of Legacy: An Anthology.
Within these pages, there is laughter, pride and hope. There is romance and rock and roll. Certain messages are eerie, while others bestow a sense of peace. The collection, through the discerning lens of each writer, runs the gamut of the human experience.
"Can you avoid your own fate? Four sisters struggle with coming to terms with a family legend. Superstition and a little mystery surround this story about sisterhood, soul-searching and forgiveness, I found this story very unique and touching." - Mom's Small Victories On "Forget Met Not" featured in Legacy: An Anthology
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in The Binding of Saint Barbara
Gertrude Durston, has spent her life serving the less fortunate within the cold stone walls of Auburn Prison, and she has gained a level of authority she values more than she even realizes, but she is ready to risk it all. She is so determined to save William Kemmler's soul that she is ready to sacrifice anything, including her marriage and public ridicule by breaking a prisoner out of Auburn Prison so he can testify on Kemmler's behalf.
The actions of these individuals will not only change the course of history but the course of each of their lives.
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Caraway Pearman met her soul-mate JayBird when she was five years old, and there is no doubt in her mind that he is her one and only. That is until they meet a couple online, Geyser and Chrysalis two people who were matched but who are clearly not soul mates. The algorithm is not perfect and there is no mechanism for re-selection. Caraway and Jay’s arguing suddenly becomes a terrifying possibility.
Caraway seeks the assistance of her mother, but in the middle of their conversation, there is screaming and shouting and then the connection is gone. Caraway and JayBird learn the Human Operated Robot Network or HORNET authorities have placed her parents on informational lock down and house arrest, but what's more is that they have removed her twin siblings and her 17-year-old brother Carob from the house and transported them to a nearby facility. It's a consequence so severe it’s unheard of and no one will tell her why.
Desperate to help her family, Caraway and JayBird decide to risk criminal charges and their lives to help the only people she has ever truly known.
Their journey will not just determine who they are to one another. It will change everything . . .