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Doing BIG Things

Doing BIG Things

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by Gail McFarland
     
 

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Ever wonder if nonmedicated menopause was a justifiable defense for murder?

Loi Cramer has had an amazing life. She is a woman of a certain age, with an interesting past. She's gone from rags to riches and has the stories to prove it, but nobody is more surprised than she is when fate, a cheating husband, and a false friend conspire to take her back to

Overview

Ever wonder if nonmedicated menopause was a justifiable defense for murder?

Loi Cramer has had an amazing life. She is a woman of a certain age, with an interesting past. She's gone from rags to riches and has the stories to prove it, but nobody is more surprised than she is when fate, a cheating husband, and a false friend conspire to take her back to rags.

And she's not happy about it!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781470162016
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
04/04/2012
Pages:
210
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

Meet the Author

Gail McFarland is the published author of more than 100 short romantic confessions and short stories, and ten novels including: SUMMERWIND (BET/Arabesque), ALL FOR LOVE (BET/Arabesque),WHEN LOVE CALLS (BET/Arabesque), BOUQUET (Anthology with Roberta Gayle and Anna Laurence, BET/Arabesque), the Genesis Press "DREAM Series" (DREAM RUNNER, DREAM KEEPER, and WAYWARD DREAMS), LADY KILLER (LULU Books), ALL FOR LOVE (LULU Books), and DOING BIG THINGS (CreateSpace Books).

A dedicated wellness/fitness advocate, Ms. McFarland is currently an active fitness instructor, health coach, and wellness consultant. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Ms. McFarland now makes her home in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Doing BIG Things 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Drako87 More than 1 year ago
The premise of this book was interesting. Upon reading, I was hooked. I love the narration of the story, told from Loi's first person point of view. The way the story is written, I feel like she's a woman really sitting here tell me about her life. I even like the moving from past to present, as the story is told as Loi reminiscing. The story is wonderfully written with the main character not being a traditional type of woman. She's got some dark spots in her past, though she is not truly a bad person. This story was a joy to read with all its ups and downs and good ol' karma working its way around.
RebelleMckenna More than 1 year ago
Whenever I start reading a book I always pay attention to how the author tells the story. Anybody can tell a story but what makes a good story is when you feel like you’re in the story.  McFarland does this in Doing Big Things. Loi Cramer is a woman that we can somewhat relate to. We may not have been through as much as her but everyone always seeks the best life possible no matter the obstacles they encounter and so does Loi. I found myself rooting for her from the very beginning all the way to the end. She made it to a life of luxury and fights to stay there. Bravo to McFarland for a book that I see myself reading over and over again.