Rebecca Norton Miller
Rebecca Norton Miller resides in Bend, Oregon with her cat Bo. Dearsie is her second publication, following a collection of poetry, Eleven.
In 1936, young Beverly Broy and her family relocated to Brussels, Belgium where her father was posted as American Consul. In 1941, all Americans were called back to the United States as World War II appeared to be on the verge of including America. In the time between, Bev, her brother Jim, and sister Anne, experienced loss, adventure, confusion, and change that forever shaped their future. Follow Bev, her siblings, and their young Belgian nanny on a journey, witness to countries at war and a family struggling to stay together.
166 pages, paperback.
$15.00 + S/H
Releasing the Dove
There is a fine line between soul mate and obsession.
How do you know if love is real, or a reaction to circumstance and timing? When Victoria meets Michael just days after 9/11, she struggles to trust herself and her perceptions in a world that seems to have turned on its head.
What follows is a journey of the body, heart and the mind with all its mixed messages and false turns, and a woman struggling to find what’s true and real in her quest to make sense of her world.
$17.95 + S/H
Paperback, 270 pages, 5.5" x 7.5"
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