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Sharon Coady

Indie AuthorsPosted by Ellena Jennings Sat, July 13, 2013 13:57:08
About the Author:

Sharon Coady was born in Washington D.C. and grew up in Rockville, Maryland. Sharon is a nurse working for the Veterans Administration. She is the mother of four daughters and grandmother to three granddaughters and seven grandsons. She lives in Florida with her husband Ed, three of her daughters and five of her grandchildren. Yesterdays Memories is her first book and this is the unedited version.

About her Novel...Yesterdays Memories

One year after Rogers death Emily finds herself driving outside of a small mountain town. She never expected to find her destiny as she rounded the bend in the road. There sitting on a small hill was a beautiful old home that appeared empty. Something compelled her to pull into the drive. As she parked her car and climbed out Emily felt she had finally come home.

Emily is thrown into a world she never knew existed when she moves into the home and stumbles upon a "window" in time.

What reviewers have said:

"Once I got started it took all of my will power to close my lap top up and go to bed. It will keep you on the edge wondering what is going to happen next. What an awesome ending, didn't see that one coming... very cool book... Reminded me of my grandmother's old house and how I wish I could make this book come true."

"I thought this was a very interesting book, couldn't put it down. I am not into time travel books but this one was done so well I really enjoyed it. The author also went on to tell you what happen's to some of the characters at the end ,which I liked very much. all in all it was a very good book."


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