3:46 a.m.

please buy this book - all proceeds go to charityMy publisher is reissuing More Than Words and I hope you’ll buy a copy. I won’t make a penny from the sale but I don’t care. This project is more important than book royalties, which all go to charity. My proceeds are for Cottage Dreams, founded by the incredible Seana O’Neill. I’m so glad I got to do this project, and I love the reissue. I adore my two co-authors, Sharon Sala and Emilie Richards. Maybe it’s hormones, but I got all choked up over this reader feedback, sent via my web site. The time stamp was 3:46 a.m. 

A contact form has been submitted via the s22529.p716.sites.pressdns.com web site.
 

comment:        I have had a very stressful year with my 19 yr old
daughter and brain cancer. Reading the More than Words selection
now as I lay beside her. Thank you.You and Fern
Michaels have gotten me thru this year. L** C*******

Note: Cottage Dreams is always in need of contributions. You can donate here. Also, the reader above posted a link to her daughter’s story (via Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital) and a benefit fund for her daughter. Please e-mail me via my web site if you would like to send a contribution there.

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  1. Hi Susan,

    I just bought this book – and having just begun your story, I had to step back and take a breather emotionally. I was shocked to realize it will be FOUR years ago in May that my soul mate-husband-best friend passed away after a two year long fight with liver failure. He was “special”, the docs assured me that everyone dies at onset, ha, two years he fought. He was the word stubborn – he was happy safe and secure in his life and family for the first time in his life and he was NOT going to leave. We have one child, a wonderful son who is autistic, and my husband didn’t want to leave him especially – but we don’t have that choice…….It was horrible in every way, and it made me cry to even start your book. What a wonderful thing that Seana started…….and that so many have picked up and carried it on. Bless you all !

    Pam
    in bright sunny Janesville (still !)

  2. Hi Susan,
    I just bought this book – and having just begun your story, I had to step back and take a breather emotionally. I was shocked to realize it will be FOUR years ago in May that my soul mate-husband-best friend passed away after a two year long fight with liver failure. He was “special”, the docs assured me that everyone dies at onset, ha, two years he fought. He was the word stubborn – he was happy safe and secure in his life and family for the first time in his life and he was NOT going to leave. We have one child, a wonderful son who is autistic, and my husband didn’t want to leave him especially – but we don’t have that choice…….It was horrible in every way, and it made me cry to even start your book. What a wonderful thing that Seana started…….and that so many have picked up and carried it on. Bless you all !
    Pam
    in bright sunny Janesville (still !)

  3. I just finished Snowfall at Willow Lake and as the others in the series, I loved it. I can’t wait for the next installment.

    I have a blog. Check out my installment of March 3rd. You may appreciate my remark as to how brave I was to choose you. I thought it would be a good way for my blog friends to be introduced to your books.

    http://inthegardenwithmissjean.blogspot.com

    Take care.

  4. I just finished Snowfall at Willow Lake and as the others in the series, I loved it. I can’t wait for the next installment.
    I have a blog. Check out my installment of March 3rd. You may appreciate my remark as to how brave I was to choose you. I thought it would be a good way for my blog friends to be introduced to your books.
    http://inthegardenwithmissjean.blogspot.com
    Take care.

  5. Just a note to thank you for posting Kayla’s caringbridge site. She passed away March 7th, and it has been the hardest thing I have ever had to deal with in my life. I hope you never know the pain of having to bury your child. Support Brain Cancer Research, due to the type and position of Kayla’s tumor we did not have many options for treatment. We can correct this with more research. Again, thank you for helping me survive this past 15 months with your books.

  6. Just a note to thank you for posting Kayla’s caringbridge site. She passed away March 7th, and it has been the hardest thing I have ever had to deal with in my life. I hope you never know the pain of having to bury your child. Support Brain Cancer Research, due to the type and position of Kayla’s tumor we did not have many options for treatment. We can correct this with more research. Again, thank you for helping me survive this past 15 months with your books.

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