Penny: Peter Davidson


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Imagine taking a journey to many places throughout our country either in the palm of another person’s hand, in the pocket of a shirt or jacket or just placed gently in the change compartment of a wallet or car. Imagine traveling free of charge along with the person that happens to have you in their possession and enjoying the fresh air, hoping not to be trampled on by feet, enjoying the ride and the company, learning about each person whose possession you find yourself in as you take readers and yourself on a wild, fun and crazy journey. Penny is the main character of this book. A penny in this case is a rare and special one-cent piece that gets handed from person to person, some famous, notorious, saints, drunk, bikers, ordinary people and even some who go to church. I bet you don’t know that the last penny that…

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Crossing the Street


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Crossing the Street

by Molly D. Campbell

 My review:

Life sometimes creates situations that require that you adapt in ways you never would fathom or expect. Beck finds herself feeling alone, losing her boyfriend to her sister who managed to snag and marry him and then finds herself knee deep in the lives of no only her older neighbor across the street, but in the life of the sister who she would rather distance herself from and keep out of her life. Beck Throckmorton is about to enter what some might say her own version of a nightmare and the twilight zone. As comes face to face with her fears, her anger and her frustrations. Families can drift apart but the author of this book has created several unique situations that remind readers of the meaning of forgiveness, family loyalties, love, redemption, understanding, faith and hope.
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