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Monday, November 2, 2015

Tour Kick Off: Blue Sky by @dbryantsimmons #giveaway




Women's Fiction / Coming of Age
Date Published: October 6, 2015


With their turbulent past firmly behind them, Belinda and her daughters are ready to live happily ever after. But before long new threats emerge and things spiral out of control as Belinda fights like hell to keep her teenagers on the straight and narrow. The tighter she pulls the reins the harder they rebel until secrecy, addiction, and wounds from the past send the Morrow girls hurling down unexpected paths.











D. Bryant Simmons is an award-winning author and pens realistic fiction that straddles the line between art and social commentary. She is currently hard at work on The Morrow Girls Series, a family saga that spans three generations of women. Simmons incorporates meaty topics, such as domestic violence, addiction, and mental illness into her fiction. She believes novels can act as agents of change and hopes that her writing will inspire and empower women.

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5 comments:

  1. Secrecy, addiction, and wounds from the past send the Morrow girls hurling down unexpected paths.

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  2. Would love to read a book about sister, there addictions and perseverance through the hard times.

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  3. the blurb caught my attention right away

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  4. I would love to know if Belinda is able to "save" her daughters.

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