A Baby Boomer's Journey

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AuthorHouse, 2002 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Seventeen-year-old Aley Palmer had an enchanted life, once. Her best friend was Quarterback and the sole captain of the Senior Football Team, she had been accepted to Penn State, her dream school, on early admission, and she was about to celebrate her eighteenth birthday. But then everything changed. On October 28th, 2005, an ill-fated wind seemed to bring in more than just bad weather,bad luck came too. Now, everywhere Aley turns, something mallignant seems to be looming, awaiting her arrival. And she suspects that it all has something to do with Adam, the mysterious, yet seemingly gorgeous teen that she came in contact with just one year before. Will she be able to figure out what or who is making all of the tragedies that she's faced happen? Will she be able to stop fate before it can ultimately take her life? And will she ever Learn how to Breathe?

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April L. Hamilton is an author, blogger, Technorati BlogCritic, leading advocate and speaker for the indie author movement, and founder of Publetariat, the premier online news hub and community for indie authors and small imprints. She's spoken at the O'Reilly Tools of Change conference and the Writers Digest Business of Getting Published conference, and has also judged self-published books for competitions run by Writers Digest and the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Recently, she launched the Publetariat Vault, an acquisitions crowdsourcing tool to serve trade publishers and self-published authors. Her websites are www.aprillhamilton.com; http: //aprillhamilton.blogspot.com; and www.publetariat.com.

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