Month: September 2018
Coming Home (Windsor Falls Book 1)
By Kimberley O’Malley
Dr. Elizabeth Abbott Fitzgerald has spent the last ten years of her life running; from tragedy, from family, from love. But now her mother’s failing health calls her home to Windsor Falls, North Carolina; to the place where her past awaits. Sam Bishop can’t believe his eyes when the love of his life returns after ten long years. All he wants is to clear his conscience and get back the family he lost when Connor, his best friend and Elizabeth’s husband died tragically. Could it really be true that time heals all wounds?
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🍰.✶ * *******Finding Kat********* *✶.🍰
🍰🍰 — By Kimberley O’Malley — 🍰🍰
Make up anything you want. Kat De Luca loves her family, and working in their bakery, but wants something more, something different. Sebastian Walker, local Cardiologist, grew up in the ultimate dysfunctional family. He can’t imagine why Kat wants to change anything about her life. Can she make him understand? Will he accept what she wants? Will their sizzling attraction be enough to overcome their differences?
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September is Suicide Awareness month.
Letting Hope Enter: A Charity Set
Featuring: Multiple authors whose only goal is to help support Suicide Awareness and Prevention
Charity: All royalties will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Cover Designer: Skye MacKinnon
Recently the news has started reporting the near epidemic issue of mental health illness and the rise in suicide rates. It’s a problem which could be handled and controlled so much more effectively, if there wasn’t a stigma associated with both suicidal thoughts and mental health problems.
They’re both treated like dirty secrets.
This is a subject which has touched everyone in some way. Some have been affected directly; maybe they thought about it, or possibly even tried to end everything because they thought there was no other way. Others are diagnosed with various illnesses: bipolar, depression, anxiety…None of these should be a cause for shame. These can’t be controlled. People should feel comfortable talking about it and seeking help, instead of feeling like they need to hide it…
…and to know hope is always there, it just needs to be allowed to enter.
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**Inside these pages are stories of despair, tragedy and pain, but also filled with hope and love and a way to see the light outside of the darkness.**