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The Forbidden Reunion by Rachel R. Reichl London
Kelsey Montgomeryson is strong, brave and struggles with a highly functioning form of Asperger’s syndrome. The pages of her diary navigate the reader through the twists and turns of her complicated life.
Her mother suffers from a mental illness that takes her from one psychotic episode to another. When her absentee, alcoholic father returns, he only complicates the situation. Her twin sister, Kelly and their younger sister, Kristy want a relationship with their father. What will Kelsey do?
Her diary reveals one crazy adventure after another and the determination of a young girl’s determination to keep her family safe and together.
Hardcover: 354 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (December 14, 2020)
BMGN Global Library: Women’s Fiction (Domestic Life)
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The Time Capsule Diary by Rachel R. Reichl London
How will you be remembered when you die? What kind of mark will you leave on the world before you leave it?
These are the two things on Gracie Elizabeth Paris Amethyst’s mind as she contemplates the end of her life and the legacy she wants to leave behind. After much thought has gone into it, Gracie decides she is going to leave behind a diary. This diary will be filled with the most important moments that occurred in Gracie’s life.
These moments will be told in snap shots and there will be time jumps as we see Gracie go from an awkward little girl to a teenager and finally a mature young woman. Life wasn’t always so easy for Gracie; she made mistakes and had to deal with unaccepting and ignorant bullies and teachers. As they read her diary, she is determined that her family will learn from her mistakes. She also hopes that they will not have to face the same ugly behavior that she had to face growing up.
She also hopes that this diary will be used to teach others that people with Autism can do anything people born without Autism can do. They just might have to do things slightly differently. She knows that it won’t be easy for a diary to help change how the world sees people with autism, but she is hoping that it can try.
Hardcover: 244 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (January 22, 2020)
BMGN Global Library: Women’s General Fiction
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About The Author: Author Rachel R. Reichl London was born in Providence Rhode Island at Woman and Infants Hospital. She was raised in Smithfield Rhode Island and still lives there with her mother, and her three loveable pets Murphy, Nellie, and Whisper. As an autistic author, Rachel wants others to realize that nothing is impossible. All you have to do is want something enough to make it happen and not expect others to do it for you.
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