Imagine my surprise when I woke up on Sunday to messages and comments from friends and family like ... "Great review" ... "Congratulations!" I had no idea what they were referring to as I didn't know anything was being written or going into our local paper, The Oklahoman. So I quickly got my iPhone and looked up their online paper, newsok.com and found this story: “Coming Home” by Kimberly McKay (CreateSpace, 340 pages, available at Amazon.com) I liked getting to know the spunky but broken Anne LaSal in Oklahoma author Kimberly McKay’s “Finding Kylie” and “Facing Redemption,” so it was a treat to get more of her story in “Coming Home.” Anne is the best friend of the main character Chastity in the two earlier books written by this budding writer. McKay, who at one time worked for The Oklahoman, does a great job of setting up the suspense — will it be romance or sparks? — when Anne agrees to be on the popular “Broadcast Affair” networ
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So as a brat, moving every few years my tenure in most states includes a couple years of middle school here - a year of junior high there - and maybe if I'm lucky I got a longer stay for high school. I spent two years of my high school in the state of Virginia, twenty miles south of D.C. - then my dad's next duty station took us overseas for my junior & senior years. At this point, it hit hard as I'd finally felt like I'd come into my own as a teenaged girl and suddenly I was forced to pack up and move away from all close my friends and my comfort zone. As a military brat, you get used to this sort of thing but it's not like you love it all the time. Long story short ... my older sister and I are going back this weekend for her class reunion. She also attended this same school and had to leave right before her senior year. Although it's her 30th high school reunion - it's also an 'all-class reunion' as our high school is celebrating it
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This was a review on Amazon, which was left recently for Finding Kylie. Between reviews like this ... and supportive texts (see below) from some of my favorite blogger buddies, like Terri , about COMING HOME - I'm so happy. Sometimes God gives me inspiration on what needs to be included in my books ... sometimes I pray - not knowing - and it just evolves from there. Either way, I have to believe they're just as they should be -- with a message for someone who needs it. So keep reading America and let me know how each book has touched you.