Jack "doesn't want to be married anymore"?
Emma is furious - and sad, disgusted, and filled with fear!
Why did this happened? How can she go on with her life?
She turns to nature for help only to find something much more mysterious and mystical to guide her.
Can she let go of her preconceived life and embrace a new way of thinking? Can she cool her boiling emotions and re-center life on her own terms?
With the wisdom of the moon and the purity of a blue heron feather, she can regain her true self…
IF she will look deep inside and embrace what she has learned.
|Publisher:||Dixie Belle Press|
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About the Author
S. Tilghman Hawthorne is the author of numerous short stories several of which have been published in various anthologies. She has also penned 2 novelettes, one entitled Bitter Prophecy, the other When Shadows Dance.
Born and raised on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia, she can’t remember a time when she didn't want to write. When her mother read to her, she knew she wanted to create stories like that.
Writingdotcom awarded her First Prize in their Fireside Drama Contest for a short story entitled “Grand Opening” as well as a Red Ribbon for “Fantastic Integration of Setting and Plot” for her novelette “Little Bear” which later became Feather of the Blue Heron.
She’s had two non-fiction articles published in The Riverside Nurse and also won a poetry contest at 1-800-FLOWERS. She even won an “I’ve Been Published” t-shirt for her poem on the demise of the Taco Bell Chihuahua!! (He was really a “she”). And she won a short story contest at Writer's Carnival for her short short story, Johnny and the Dragon.
In October of 2014, the story of her daughter (who had Treacher-Collins Syndrome} “Finding Grace” was published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Touched by an Angel.
She worked as a Medical Secretary for 26 years in a Virginia Trauma Center, has been married for eighteen years and has two grown daughters and four beautiful grandchildren.
Susan always loved to read and write but only recently began to pursue publication!
If you'd like to follow up with her:
On Twitter she is @S_T_Hawthorne
and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SusanHawthornesImaginationPage/