Lame Excuses, Revised Edition by Alle Wells

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Forty-year-old Emily Halley sits in a wheelchair, reflecting on her life that began in a short-order café in the early 1960s. She shares her love for the café that provided everything she needed and demanded nothing from her. As a young adult, she thrives as a culinary artist and finds a mentor, a lover, and a new life in the Sand Fort community. Her passion for food remains constant and comforts her. Emily’s lifestyle begins to affect her health at an early age. A misdiagnosed and ignored medical condition leads her to a tragic and unsatisfied end.

About Alle Wells

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Alle Wells writes Southern Fiction set in specific time periods. Each book tells the story of one life and how society, beliefs, and culture shape the outcome of that life. Alle is an Indie Author and loves reading books by Indie Authors. Other interests include blogging about her organic vegan lifestyle and practicing yoga. She lives in North Carolina.
Published April 1, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 119 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment, Cooking, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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