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Could tell you all about myself in one line but why would I want to? The ellie in the pic is frolicking in the Mozambican sea. Elephants don't belong in the sea. I relate. Not a conformist.

It's my turn. I can focus on writing, so life is good. Again. Thanks to those who read my work, bigger thanks to those who comment. I am a lousy critic, but a good reader, I haven't enough time, so can't go ten times around the pisspot to get to the handle. I hope my candor never offends. I mean well :) Some of the comments you have given have helped me a lot. Vexing as it is sometimes to hear your baby is ugly, but ;)

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The Tomorrow Thief

Jennifer Ward

Everyone is born with two spoons of crazy. It's always there, the 5th chamber in your heart.
Mostly, we keep the crazy hidden...


Laine McAllister is about to discover that there is a fine line between being in love and being insane. She’s living the dream. Picket fences and a shot at the State Equestrian Championships.

Carla is pleased when the media laud her as a diva. She’s deserving and it’s been a journey.

Krissie is a wife in servitude. Like her neighbour, Laine, she too, has two small daughters, and she's planning the ultimate escape.

Tragedy in a close-knit community. There are never any warning signs. Myth. The warning signs are always ignored. Fact. Insanity is settling behind a trusted, loving smile and no one is seeing…

The theft can begin with a shy smile, an accidental meeting. Happy ever afters? For that, you need a tomorrow.

Laine McAllister is about to let her crazy out…

Book is complete at 110k words. Read, if you think there is no coming back from the Impossible, otherwise known as Infidelity....

 

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I wrote 92 days ago

fccg2 Easy flowing writing, good pace but found 'over-writing' quite often. her reaction to the infidelity a tad bland, and POV confusing she means nothing but banging on the windscreen, who is he talking to, is banging on spurned lovers windscreen .... Then i got into it and forgot to look for... view book

I wrote 94 days ago

Ok is after midnight and the first chapter was so sad, and i think it was you who was fretting about me bumping off two wee ones? Am so in awe that you are doing this with your daughter, it reads fabulously, snappy, real dialog.think you have something here. Not sure the young voices ring true all t... view book

I wrote 94 days ago

Ok is after midnight and the first chapter was so sad, and i think it was you who was fretting about me bumping off two wee ones? Am so in awe that you are doing this with your daughter, it reads fabulously, snappy, real dialog.think you have something here. Not sure the young voices ring true all t... view book

I wrote 94 days ago

I am enjoying this, it has a cathartic feel to it, and one is immediately aligned with the narrator. It is gentle fluid writing, made me rush and call my aunt who recently lost her husband after 60 years. Read up to seven, but made me sad, so will tackle more later. You capture her distress so well... view book

I wrote 94 days ago

Very kind critique thank you and constructive. Will do a return read soonest. Thank you for crit, the prologue is too bleak and given that the book is actually a feel-good, YES IT IS, I am going to delete the prologue, sigh, every now and then IFS syndrome hits, (I'm fucking Shakespeare ) and t... view book

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