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Passing Through-Mystery

Bobbing for Watermelons -Humorous Women's Fiction

Miss You Once Again -Women's Fiction

And Then I Smiled -Creative Nonfiction

Write Away; A Year of Musings and Motivations for Writers - Nonfiction for writers

Weeping Kings & Wild Boars - Memoir

Claire's Christmas Catastrophe- Children's early chapter book

Claire's Unbearable Campout - Children's early chapter book


Growing up the older sister of twin brothers was not always easy—at times it was downright infuriating. I guess I even told my mom after the boys were born and home for about a week, to take them back now.

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My parents say I was an easy child. I smiled a lot, slept through the night and I breezed through the twos without an ounce of terribleness. When other parents would complain of sleepless nights or temper tantrums, my parents would listen but couldn’t comprehend. My glory in the spotlight and my mom and dad’s skewed view of parenthood ended after two and half years with the birth of my brothers, Chuck and Eddie.



Kerrie Flanagan is the author of Planes, Trains and Chuck & Eddie and The Trouble with Two children's series, all of which include, Chuck & Eddie. 

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Miss You Once Again (print or eBook) and get these bestselling books by Debbie Macomber and Rachel Hauk for FREE!

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Silverglen nurse Dana Parker thinks of her hometown as a safe and welcoming place, despite the year-round influx of tourists seeking high-altitude adventures. But when Michaela Sutton, the community’s most prominent daughter, is assaulted on a nearby trail, the bruises on the wealthy philanthropist’s neck indicate otherwise. As the police investigate, Dana has questions of her own. Is there something sinister in the odd demeanor of the victim’s husband? Was Dana’s homeless, alcoholic patient somewhere he claimed he was not? Why did Michaela's strange experience in the ER compel her to reveal a damaging secret? And who, Dana wonders, was in the woods that night?