Rainy Days and Flowers by Wendy Miller

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Rainy Days and Flowers is a volume of poetry about love lost and found, and life in general. Whether you're looking for something to make you feel romantic, sensual, loved, lonely, or happy, you'll find at least one poem that will fit that mood.

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Since she was a little girl, Wendy Miller's imagination has run away with her. Putting the stories her imagination dreamed up on paper was the only way to get them out of her head. Being able to publish her stories and share them with others has always been her dream.As a single mother raising two sons and working full time, she had to put that dream on the back burner for several years. Then she was laid off from a job she enjoyed and, like many others at that time, had no luck finding a new job. With "free" time on her hands, she began writing again and decided to look into the self publishing route. "Tangled Deceit" was her first completed novel ready for publication.She is often working on more than one book at a time, because her creativity has ADD and cannot focus on just one thing at a time. She writes romance and romantic suspense novels. She is currently working on her second novel, a romantic suspense titled "The Secrets He Kept", as well as two other untitled projects.Wendy lives in Central Florida with her two sons. Along with her writing, she also homeschools her sons. When she's not busy teaching or writing, she enjoys reading, watching television and movies, listening to music, swimming and photography. She loves watching crime shows such as CSI and Criminal Minds, as well as shows like Sons of Anarchy and Survivor. When it comes to reading - anything goes!Wendy also loves to hear from those who read her work. Whether it's a glowing review or an honest critique, she loves hearing what you think. You can reach her at www.wendy-miller.com or by email at wendy@wendy-miller.com.
Published October 6, 2012 by Wendy Miller. 63 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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