Saturday, November 5, 2022

This OR That #Giveaway № 78 ~ I Know You're There by Susan Allison-Dean OR Illusion of an Ending by Danielle Soucy Mills #IKnowYoureThere #IllusionOfAnEnding


I have sooooo many books!

The This or That Giveaway! feature that I post every Saturday is a way for me to cull my collection and to share some of the many books I have. I get to clear off some of my shelves to make room for more books and give someone else the chance to enjoy these treasures.

Good luck and be sure to stop back next week!


I Know You're There
(I Know You're There #1)
by Susan Allison-Dean
Paperback ~ Published April 2013

Jill Bradley is a 24-year-old nurse whose life is going great; she’s established herself in her new career, and she’s looking forward to getting engaged to her high school sweet heart. When life’s tide changes and she is bombarded by tragedy, loss, and betrayal all at once, she can no longer cope. In a moment of despair, she books a trip to a Caribbean island in an effort to escape her problems. She finds respite and romance, but her problems have also packed their own suitcase.

Helen Bradley is Jill’s mother. Like many mothers of her time, she has dedicated her life to her life to her family. Despite her best efforts, however, she hasn’t always been able to be the type of mother she wished she could be. She has a secret she was hoping would just go away, but it won’t. If she doesn’t share it with her daughter, Jill, it might bring Jill more harm.

I Know You’re There is a mother-daughter journey, celebrating the highs and delving in to the lows of family life. Can the power of love heal all things?


Illusion of an Ending
by Danielle Soucy Mills
Paperback ~ Published December 2014

Three peoples’ life stories intertwine with a synchronistic twist.

Jimmy Pollaski, a young man at the peak of his potential, dies suddenly in a motorcycle accident. As his spirit hovers above his lifeless body, he calls out to his mother, Patricia, only to find that his words are inaudible. He then promises to find some way to transmit his message to the world of the living.

It is no coincidence that sixteen-year-old Lorrena Shaw can see him, along with other spirits—a gift that Lorrena’s mother shuns. After her mother suddenly announces that they will abandon their home in Connecticut to care for Lorrena’s grandmother—a grandmother she has never known—Lorrena inevitably finds herself in the same small Massachusetts city where Patricia resides.

As their paths unite, Lorrena discovers the unbearable grief that haunts Patricia’s every move. Now, not only must she convince Patricia that her son’s soul has survived the fatal crash, she must also travel beyond space and time to access the Akashic Records, the library of all of Human Existence, and write their stories as one—a story that ultimately shatters the boundaries between life and death.



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  1. My son adopted a small dog from Lap Dog Rescue and gave her to me so that I would feel good and help out.

  2. All of Louise Penny's books are 5 star! I al reading all the series in order. Currently I am reading The Madness of Crowds.


  3. Wild, **Cheryl Strayed’**s bestselling 2012 memoir

  4. Earlier this year, I read Beautiful Little Fools by Jillian Cantor. For me it was a 5-star (or pretty darn close). Great Gatsby is my all-time favorite book, and this just followed it so perfectly and put a spotlight on the women's perspective. It drew me in & didn't let go.


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