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Sister Lost, Sister Found
     

Sister Lost, Sister Found

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by Melissa Wathington
 
A seasoned reporter encounters tragic personal loss, questioning her faith until she receives a powerful answer..
The loss of a sibling is hard to take but never more so when it's your twin. After losing her sister in a tragic car accident, Krystal Johnson finds herself heartbroken and on the edge of making an impossible, irreversible decision. Life without Karla

Overview

A seasoned reporter encounters tragic personal loss, questioning her faith until she receives a powerful answer..
The loss of a sibling is hard to take but never more so when it's your twin. After losing her sister in a tragic car accident, Krystal Johnson finds herself heartbroken and on the edge of making an impossible, irreversible decision. Life without Karla doesnt seem to be worth living until a compassionate stranger reminds Krystal of the true importance of faith and family. (Short Story e-book)

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012805799
Publisher:
Melissa Wathington
Publication date:
06/29/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
91 KB

Meet the Author

Melissa Wathington has had over 20 years in the writing industry. A college graduate with both an AA and BA in Journalism, she has worked as layout editor and content editor for three college newspapers, as well as two county papers. Soap Opera Digest and Soap Opera Weekly have featured her writing and she's done numerous freelance editing jobs. She served as editor in chief for two national magazines, Street and Ultimate Black Hair, was a book reviewer for over 4 years at The Romance Readers Connection and has had numerous short stories and two books self-published under the pseudonym, Elissa Scott Kyle.

Melissa is now writing full time, seeking representation for her work. She does freelance editing, nanny duties and runs the Homebound Hugs website, a site for homebound kids. Her faith also plays a big part in her life and she looks forward to doing some motivational speaking to those dealing with disabilities.

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