Closure by Author Sylvia Stein ( @sylvia_stein07 )
Closure by Sylvia Stein
Garrison James had it all. A terrific home life and a loving family. Together, he and his wife Lila built a successful ranch and construction company. His world changed the day he lost his wife to cancer. He turned to the bottle and became a monster. Sara, his daughter, tried everything to please him.
After years of abuse, Sara’s aunt visits. She recognizes the abuse and removes Sara. The frail girl begins the delicate journey of finding herself, while struggling to leave her father and the monster behind.
Despite the emotional and mental scars she carried, Sara manages to start a new life. She is finally happy.
A phone call changes everything.
Will Sara continue her new life? Can she face the monster, or will she find closure?
Author Sylvia Stein is a published author of 5 Anthologies. She began pursuing her writing when she joined a Writer’s group on Linked in led by Heather Marie Schuldt in 2012. The following year she along with the other writers published 3 of her first anthologies in 2013. This year she has published two of them. S The Anthologies are entitled, Giant tales from the Mystic Doors, Giant tales from the Misty Swamp, Giant tales World of Pirates, Lava Storm in The Neighborhood and the latest is entitled, Dangerous days. These are all three-minute stories that contain different types of genres. She continues to write and has been working hard to publish her first solo novella entitled Closure, which is now available on Amazon as an e-book and paperback. Along with that she is happy to report that she has just published another Anthology with her Writer’s 750 led by 15 amazing authors led by Douglas Clarke entitled Trash to Treasure.
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Closure e-books will be 99 cents from October 6-12 2014
Kobo e-books: http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/closure-23
Itunes: Sylvia Stein – Closure – https://itun.es/i6gy4yX #iTunes
Twitter Link: @sylvia_stein07
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