In remembrance of those who perished on Eleven September, the fire fighters’ and police officers’ valiant efforts to save people and our military for defending our freedom!
By P. J. LaRue
Eleven September, Two Thousand One,
The day that terrorists thought they had won.
Our heroes died, but memories we retain.
And the war rages on for freedom to remain.
The World Trade Center Towers fell, one by one,
And the Pentagon burned in the morning sun.
Remember the people of Flight 93.
Forever in our hearts, they will be.
Our airplanes were like missiles in the sky,
But on our freedom, hope continues to lie.
The hatred of those few may deceive,
But that most are good, we must believe.
Interviewed by The Authors Show
If you have a moment, please stop by www.theauthorsshow.com. They’ve graciously interviewed me about After “I Do!” A Marriage Map. You can listen to the interview on August 10, 2015, by clicking the PJ LaRue link listed under featured authors.
I Was a 52 Year-Old Flower Girl
It’s an old family story. I know, stop groaning. I won’t make it too long to bear. Promise…
It all started when my Uncle Mike, then a young teen, met a young girl at a summer church camp. They dated each other in high school, he a senior and she a sophomore. After he graduated at age 17, he was off to the U.S. Air Force. But they remained in touch with each other. About a year or so later Uncle Mike returned home and proposed to Vicky. I was a tiny girl of about five when Uncle Mike asked Vicky to marry him. It seems like everyone was so much taller than me. But I certainly knew what a wedding was.
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An Early Frost
An Early Frost by Jenna Brooks is the sequel to October Snow. While October Snow is more about how three women’s friendship is challenged and grows once two discover the other is being abused, An Early Frost is a love story where domestic violence is a subplot. Ms. Brooks artfully continues the story of Dave and Sammie and develops the newly formed relationship between Will and Maxine.
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Cornered Coyote by Dianne Harman is the third book in her Blue Coyote Series. The series is categorized as contemporary fiction and cozy mysteries. I read the first two books and looked forward to reading this book, as well, and I’m glad it finally made it to the top of my to be read list!
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