Children of Another Mother

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A single mother dealing with the death of her beloved mother, her best friend, and the second parent to her children rebuilds her life and soothes her soul by restoring a fixer-upper. Meeting new friends she redefines the concept of family and what it means to her.
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Overview

A single mother dealing with the death of her beloved mother, her best friend, and the second parent to her children rebuilds her life and soothes her soul by restoring a fixer-upper. Meeting new friends she redefines the concept of family and what it means to her.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781484917077
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/9/2013
  • Pages: 316
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Meet the Author

K'Anne (and yes this is her name and not a contrived name) writes books she would like to READ. She writes stories (as in short) that fans have asked for and for the exercise of trying something she may not be comfortable in writing. It expands her horizons to write outside her comfort zone. She likes creating whole characters as well as 'quickie' stories where she never names the participants and the reader places themselves in the story. As her short story readers read and realize the depth of the longer stories and then get introduced to her books she hopes they come to love the characters she has developed. She has found writing to be a multiple personality experience, these characters live inside of her mind and to exorcise them from her brain she put them down on paper (not literally). That way, they are preserved for all time. She is ALL of her characters and yet, NONE of them. The feedback she has gotten from her readers is amazing, the vested interest in the stories and books, she doesn't think anyone can NOT love hearing how a story made them laugh, cry, and fall in love, how they felt a similarity in their own lives, how they relate. It really makes the reader a part of the story they are reading.
K'Anne Meinel first wrote SHIPS in 2003 over the course of two weeks. She then played with it for several years before publishing it as an e-book on Smashwords.com and then being approached to publish it in book form. After that it was published on Amazon.com as an e-book. In the meantime she published some 35 novellas and novels of various genres. Originally from Wisconsin many of her stories have taken on locations from and around the state. A gypsy at heart she has lived in many locations and plans to continue doing that. Videos of several of her books are available on YouTube outlining some of the locations of her books and telling a little bit more...giving the readers insight into her mind as she created these wonderful stories.
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