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Joy Pritchard O’Donnell & Dawn Prichard Burrel Authors- BIRTHDAY TRIBUTES

BIRTHDAY TRIBUTES

To those you love, tell them why, tell them now

by Joy Pritchard O’Donnell & Dawn Pritchard Burruel

Have you ever wanted to add more meaning to a Birthday celebration? Then do it now! Honor the people you love with the gift of a Birthday Tribute, by telling them what they mean to you. Don’t just assume that they know. Don’t wait. To the recipient it will be priceless.

Two sisters’ stories are interwoven with Birthday Tributes written to their family members. Each sister has a story of her own to tell with memories of personal and family struggles and triumps. Insightful and inspirational stories of friendships, marriage, divorce, love, commitment, sisterhood and family connections are linked together with the ultimate message that it’s never too late to tell those you love what they mean to you.

http://www.birthdaytributes.com

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Kristen L. Nelson, D.V.M Author- COATED WITH FUR A VET’S LIFE

COATED WITH FUR A VET’S LIFE

Kristen L. Nelson, D.V.M

http://www.coatedwithfur.com

Veterinary Creative, L.L.C.

9922 East Dale Lane
Scottsdale, Az 85262

drnelson@veterinarycreative.com

http://www.veterinarycreative.com

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Mabel Leo Author- THE SAGA OF JACK DURANT

THE SAGA OF JACK DURANT

by Mabel Leo

Mabel Leo’s THE SAGA OF JACK DURANT will be on stage again. Read the bio of how a young boy hopped the train and lfet his home in Tennessee with the dream of being a pro baseball pitcher. Instead he became the most trusted friend of the notorious gangster, Bugsy Siegel. Now see Jack Durant on stage in IN MY HUMBLE OPINION, running April 26-May 12 2012. Call Phoenix Theater: 602-254-2151 for tickets. Mor information at http://www.meblleo.com NEW! Check out new blog: http://www.mabelblog.com.

Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 41. No. 2. Apr-May 2012

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