Orange Karen: Tribute to a Warrior
Get swept off your feet by an Internet romance Escape from a war-torn encampment with a mystical healer/princess Witness the murder of a NASCAR driver in the bathroom of local Home Depot Join Miss Della and Chip as they find friendship and a new zest for life in their golden years ORANGE KAREN:... show more
Get swept off your feet by an Internet romance Escape from a war-torn encampment with a mystical healer/princess Witness the murder of a NASCAR driver in the bathroom of local Home Depot Join Miss Della and Chip as they find friendship and a new zest for life in their golden years ORANGE KAREN: TRIBUTE TO A WARRIOR is a collection of 39 stories that explore the strength and resilience of the human spirit. From the monster in the basement to the teddy bear on a young woman's pillow, each story uses the colour orange as a thematic element, revealing the power of love, friendship, and the will to live. Karen DeLabar is a friend, author, and mother. In June of 2012, she was stricken with Toxic Shock Syndrome. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the anthology will be donated to Karen and her family, to assist with her medical expenses, and ongoing recovery. Follow Karen's story at karendelabar.com, and learn more about the symptoms, effects, and treatment of Toxic Shock Syndrome at toxicshock.com Acknowledgements by Christina Esdon Foreword by Jennifer Gracen Introduction by Karen DeLabar Contributing Authors: Jesse James FreemanFebruary Grace Cara Michaels Jennifer Gracen Anna Meade Jeff Tsuruoka Patty Blount Steve & Zack Umstead R. B. Wood Taylor Lunsford Anne Baker alex kimmell Elizabeth Ann West Janelle Jensen Gareth S. Young Julie Glover Maureen Hovermale S.G. Lee John Moore Walker Jonathan Gould Benjamin Cain Joseph Schmidt Christina Esdon Andrew F. Butters Mark Ethridge Francis Setnocis D. Savannah George E. Wells-Walker K.D. McCrite J.L. Gentry Shay Fabbro Christopher Cantley Valerie Haight J. Whitworth Hazzard Emmett Spain Tim Queeney Stephanie Fuller Steven Luna Glenn Skinner
Publish date: 2013-04-08
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
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Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? With almost 40 stories, you would think that some of the stories were boring but not at all. Each and every story was a page turner and pulled me in.Formatting / Appearance. We received a mobi version and everything...
What were the main relationships explored in this book? There were many different stories and genres in this book but I won't focus on that relationship. What drew me to this book was the relationship between the writers and their cause of helping another author.3 things I liked about the book … The...
What were the main themes of the book? There were 39 short stories in this book and while they each had a theme, I don't think that's the attraction for this book. The most important part of this book is WHY the authors are doing it.Describe 2 different settings. I liked the setting in Seeds by Fran...