Meet Jana Lanning: A recent college graduate who can't seem to get a grip on life. All of her plans for the future have fallen apart within two weeks of graduation. The only comfort she finds is in a mysterious music box sent to her by a friend. At first she looks to it for comforting memories of her past, but soon she's having strange dreams of a life where she's the queen of a world where everything she desires comes to pass. It seems ideal until elements of reality and her dream world start to merge, leaving her ill and confused. When she's confronted by attacks in both worlds, she must face her demons and choose which reality she prefers; and what price she'll pay to keep it.
|Publisher:||Whiskey Creek Press|
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About the Author
Sherri Fulmer Moorer is a freelance writer and is also the author of an inspirational book titled Battleground Earth – Living by Faith in a Pagan World (PublishAmerica 2004) and a young adult mystery novel titled Blurry (Wings ePress 2011). She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of South Carolina and works as a Program Assistant. Sherri is a lifelong member of Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church in West Columbia, SC, where she serves on the Evangelism Committee and is a greeter. She lives in Columbia, SC with her husband, Rick; and their birds, Zack, Chloe, and Oliver. For more on Sherri, please visit her website at http://www.sherrithewriter.com/ or her author profile at https://www.amazon.com/author/SherriMoorer .
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Anywhere But Here based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
“Anywhere but Here” by Sherri Fulmer Moorer is an intriguing story about a sweet recent college graduate and her experiences after her application to a Master’s program is denied. She feels hopeless and empty, not knowing her life’s direction anymore. She goes to work and looks for friendship there, but nothing is what it seems. She tries to get promoted at work, because of her recent college degree, but it seems that everything is holding her back from what she is trying to accomplish. Will she ever move up in the corporate world? Will she find love again? Reading the story will tell you. “Anywhere but Here” is an exciting story, because of the twists and turns in the plot. It speaks of the aggravating and drama-filled social politics that comes with working in a business office. The main character is in hell with what she is dealing with at work and in life. A small gift from her best friend allows her to visit another world in her dreams, which she enjoys more than her real life. In general, the story is realistic with a fantasy spin to it. I recommend “Anywhere but Here” to all readers in favor of a quick, easy read that will take them to another time and place. Most people will be able to relate to the main character, especially young women trying to find their place in the world after college graduation and those experiencing heartbreak. This is an enjoyable read and the ending left me feeling satisfied.