by P.S. Winn


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Lindy Wilson never met her mom, Melinda died the night when Lindy was born. Despite that fact, Melinda still watches over her daughter, although from the other side of the veil. When Lindy and her friends unleash an evil presence by ripping a hole in that veil, it will take both worlds to try to send the evil back from where it came.

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ISBN-13: 9781514164815
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/11/2015
Pages: 174
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

Writing this book, the author has to wonder just how close other worlds really are to our own.
P.S. Winn can't help but feel that some of her support comes from the other side and those who have crossed over. The author wants to thank supporters in both world's for their love, support and guidance.

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Collisions 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
RhapsodicReader More than 1 year ago
Melinda and Brock Wilson are madly in love and expecting their first child. When Melinda is awakened by labor pains, she and Brock make their way to the hospital on icy and treacherous roads. In spite of Brock's cautious driving, the couple is involved in a car accident; Brock manages to move Melinda to the backseat of their SUV where she gives birth to their daughter, Lindy, before passing away. Heartbroken by Melinda's death, Brock refuses to remarry and raises Lindy to the best of his abilities. Even though Lindy never knew her mother, she feels that her mother is watching over her. As a young girl, she draws pictures for Melinda and leaves them at her grave; as she matures, the pictures evolve into letters and poetry for her mother and the visits become a way for Lindy to confide in her mother. Melinda watches Brock and Lindy through the veil that separates the physical and spirit worlds. She is able to stretch the veil for short periods of time to make her presence known; however, she resists the urge to attempt to pass through the veil. What she doesn't know is that her own daughter will inadvertently open the way for Melinda and allow an evil presence to pass through. Will Melinda be able to protect her daughter from this evil presence, or will mother and daughter meet for the first time in the spirit world? From the first page, P.S. Winn's Collisions will grab your heart and not let go. The bond that the three protagonists share transcends death and the interactions between Brock and Lindy are both touching and amusing; there are times when Brock does his best to help Lindy with "female" things, and finds himself struggling to figure out the right thing to do or say. The characters are developed enough for the storyline; the beginning of the book provides enough of a background about Melinda and Brock for readers to figure out that the couple was devoted to each other, and Winn does an excellent job of conveying to readers without words that Brock encouraged the bond between Lindy and her mother. If you are looking for a book that you can read on a day off, Collisions by P.S. Winn should definitely be on your "to-read" list. The story line is simple, but Winn executes it elegantly!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book tells an amazing tale. as we meet Lindy, a girl who has lost her mom and now sometimes finds life hard without her influence. When Lindy and friends play with a  Ouija board they unleash an evil and it will take this world and the one that is behind the veil to  try and set things right. The author gives an inspirational read that makes you wonder just how close the next world really is and just how thin that veil is. If you like mystery, suspense and supernatural mixed with spiritual, grab this one!