The Death of Verity [NOOK Book]

Overview

Free introduction to the Verity Series. Verity was orphaned as a teenager but as an adult she thought she had let her parents go and moved on. Apparently, someone wasn't going to let her.
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The Death of Verity

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Overview

Free introduction to the Verity Series. Verity was orphaned as a teenager but as an adult she thought she had let her parents go and moved on. Apparently, someone wasn't going to let her.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044954335
  • Publisher: Allene Angelica
  • Publication date: 9/10/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 280,359
  • File size: 118 KB

Meet the Author

The author, what can I say about the author. The author lives in San Jose, California. She is the mother of three beautiful children, loves animals (she recently had her heart broken when her little dog Talon died) and surrounds herself with friends and family that are genuinely supportive of her endeavors. She is dating a man who is her #1 fan and will sit patiently reading her stories while she excitedly squirms waiting for his opinion. She's addicted to coffee and can not start a day without at least one cup. She has been known to daydream and you will often catch her looking off into the distance. Those daydreams serve a purpose, they might just be the next inspiration to a new story. She loves to read, read and read. Did I mention she loves to read? One of her passions is dancing. Oh how she loves to dance. She can dance for hours. She wrote her first story and created her first book (even drew the illustrations) when she was around 8 or 9 years of age for her school bookfair. She won 1st place 2 years in a row. For a young 8 year old it's a big deal. She has fond memories creating them. She's not sure if she still has those two books. She ran across them a few years ago while doing some spring cleaning but doesn't remember what she did with them. She's had stories flitting through her head since she was old enough to talk. She just recently started putting them down on paper. She hopes you enjoy her stories and would love to hear from you. She welcomes all constructive criticism, keyword constructive. Thank you for giving this new writer a chance to express herself.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2012

    Ok

    Well, this is a different kind of book. I liked it. However, the end kinda left you hanging. Thanks for the free read. J...... :)

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    Posted October 20, 2012

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