Jackie Peta Pan

Jackie Peta Pan

by Trevi Formea

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Jackie Peta Pan by Trevi Formea

Jackie was the youngest child born to a 41 yr old mother. At 14 weeks gestation, her mother was given an ultrasound which showed Placenta Praevia and an abortion was recommended. Her fertilized egg had attached itself at the neck of the womb instead of at the top near her navel.
Circumstances prevented Jackie from ever knowing her biological father completely. Short term memory loss, addictions, insecurity, jealousy, lack of comprehension, phobias, fear of stepping out of comfort zones, all had a name – ASPERGERS.

''At my next ultrasound, the radiographer told me that my baby had Hydrocephalus (water on the brain) as my baby had an abnormally enlarged head. I was offered yet another abortion because of this and my age.'' (PG) Another in the 'Blue Label' series by Trevi Formea.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044411845
Publisher: Trevi Formea
Publication date: 03/23/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 412,336
File size: 300 KB
Age Range: 5 - 13 Years

About the Author

TREVI FORMEA is the pen-name of Jo-Anna Rose. She is an Australian 'Baby Boomer' raised in the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, and was born the youngest of four children (refer: A BABY BOOMER - At any age). In 1966, when 'Trevi' was 15, she won an essay competition which posed the question - 'What would you do if you were cast away on a deserted island with Elvis Presley?' The competition was organized through the once popular, but now defunct magazine - EVERYBODY'S. Their first prize from each state Australia wide - was a week for two, all expenses paid including air-fares, to beautiful Brampton Island Resort situated in tropical Queensland's Barrier Reef. Trevi was their youngest contestant and her essay impressed the sponsors and judges so much, that they 'awarded' her with a 'junior' category and equivalent prize. Trevi took her mum with her on the holiday. Trevi was raised a Catholic, but disillusioned after 33yrs, went searching for the truth in other religions, including Mormon and Pentecostal - finally becoming a Lutheran, to which she has remained to this day. Having had four weddings and a funeral, her third marriage in 1996, was the shortest lasting only 29mths (refer 'KUKLA MOU - The Little Greek Princess'). Suddenly Trevi was widowed at 47 years old, with her two youngest daughters Renee 16 and Jackie 6 to raise. Her youngest Jackie, suffering from Asperger Syndrome (refer 'THE PETER PAN COMPLEX'). After relocating to Russell Island in Queensland's south-east corner in 2002 with Jackie - now 9 yrs old and her last husband, Trevi took on the volunteer position of reporter with their local paper 'The Island Spirit'. Trevi has also had miscellaneous poems published through the island's 'Writer's Circle', as well as various short stories in other popular magazines including 'That's Life'. In March 2013, Trevi met a local couple (Dennis and Jeannie) who were new writers themselves, and together they introduced her to 'self-publishing' on e-readers, encouraging Trevi to publish her stories through smashwords.com. A whole new world for writing opened up, and Trevi became a die-hard fan of and contributor to, the delights of modern technology. The 'BLUE LABEL' series are based on Trevi's own life experiences growing up and older. They can be either read as a 'Stand Alone' story, or as part of an ongoing autobiography. The simplistic design of her cover serves as a visual aid for easier recognition. Trevi remains single to this day and living an idyllic lifestyle on Russell Island or occasionally cruising the South Pacific with Jackie via P & O Cruise-lines. Other members of their home include Burmilla cat 'Bobby' and newest member of the household 'Bella' - the wonder Labrador (ref:- BOBBY MEETS BELLA). If you have enjoyed any of Trevi's e-book stories, please feel free to write a review.

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