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Introduction

I've been called a lot of names in my twenty-nine years of living. Daughter, friend, enemy, brat, girlfriend, partner, confidante, compadre, liar, genius, cynic, liberal, goddess, and, of course, the oldie but goodie (and still quite effective): boy, you're a stubborn pain-in-the-ass.


It was a decade and a half later when I found myself in desperate need of my regular chair in my grandma's kitchen. But I was eight states away from Texas, so instead of taking a seat and resting my head on the cool countertop, I did a lot of aimless walking in search of a comfort I could not yet name.


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Comments

  1. This sounds like it will be a good one, funny and yet serious as well. I like the narrative voice.

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  2. Love the cover,good teaser!

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  3. I have got to read this one! Sounds so me. LOL

    My TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2016/01/12/teaser-tuesdays-142-descent/

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  4. See, you get into trouble when you are 'eight states away from Texas'. Can you tell that I'm from Texas? LOL

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  5. Great teaser and I like the cover too!

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  6. Long walks are good, but nothing beats a cool counter top.

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  7. What a fun intro, I'd read more -Thanks for joining us this week.

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  8. Oh, I love the sound of this one. Great cover, too. I think this is the kind of book I'd laugh and cry with. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

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  9. That's a really great intro- definitely makes me curious to continue reading!

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  10. This sounds really interesting. It's got that light, easy, Southern swing to it. I've been trying to read more Southern novels since about 6 months ago when I got hooked reading Capote, Faulkner, and Harper Lee. Here's my TT link: http://wp.me/p4DMf0-17E

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  11. That cover and sub-title say it all! I'd keep reading.

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  12. Sounds really good. I especially liked the image in the teaser.

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