Johnny Sax had been driving for the Unwanted Horse Coalition for years.
When Ellie saw the contents of his truck she almost fell to the ground. Her
hands covered her eyes and she cried out, “How could they? How could anyone
let this happen?’ Johnny spoke softly, ‘The coalition said if anyone could save
’em it’d be you, Ellie. I’m sorry.”
The sign at the top of Ellie’s driveway reads: “Do not enter without a
tender spot in your heart for animals.” Horses, cats, and dogs inhabit the
lives of the residents of Lakeway, Michigan and will warm your heart as
you read Donna Bocks’ latest novel. Along the way, you’ll fall in love with
Rose, the budding veterinarian; Tally and Lila Winston, the little people
with big hearts; Joe, the forgotten kid; and the mysterious newcomer
whose plans for Lakeway ripple through all their lives.
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About the Author
Donna Bocks has shared her gift of weaving tales with many throughout her life. As a young girl Donna wrote poetry, emulating her beloved “Auntie”. While in college, her oral storytelling was popular among roommates. When her children arrived, Donna loved to rock with them in the rocking chair and sing original story-songs spun from their everyday lives.
Years later, following an author interview, Donna’s literary impulses were piqued and she realized that she could actually write down the stories that had filled her head for so many years.
In June of 2009, Donna Bocks met Patricia Lynn Reilly, Inspirational Author, Publisher and Completion Coach, who challenged her to bring her six typewritten manuscripts out of the basement and into the capable hands of Ms. Reilly’s team.
In October of 2010 Donna published her first four novels; Lavender Blues, Texas Tango, Came to Say Goodbye, and Heartbeat of Home. One year later, in October of 2011, Donna celebrated the release of the fifth and sixth books; The Purple Prairie Schooner and Twin Trees, the sequel to Texas Tango. And now the release of her seventh book, Thunder Ridge, in October 2012. Donna is currently writing her eighth novel called Squatters Corner.
Most of Donna’s novels are set in her home state of Michigan, where she says, “Stories happen walking every day in the neighborhood. The houses begin to speak and the stories grow street by street, house by house.”
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