***** A twist of fate —– by Rox Burkey
Author Pat Garcia masterfully depicts a character many readers will relate to. Tessie, a 64-year-old lady mourns the loss of close girlfriends. Never married, she reviews her life dwelling on her lack of family. This unexpected read will resonate with those who feel life has passed them by. I delighted in her foreshadowing in the excerpt below.
Tessie had a strange dream. She saw herself in a big house with kids. Kids and a big house? Crazy, she thought. But she never thought she would end up in a publishing house working as an editorial assistant, either.
Love surprisingly opens its door. Tessie’s lack of experience and confidence has her questioning the possibilities for an unimagined reality. An honest story from the heart that readers will enjoy and likely refer to in contemplative moments. A concise delight I can recommend. Thank you, Pat Garcia for your story and reminding me of the Beatles.
About the Author
PAT GARCIA loves writing. At the age of three, she scribbled her first story. No one understood it because she hadn’t learned to write. So, she read the scribble on her paper to whoever would listen.
Born in Blythe, Georgia, (USA), she is also a musician, singer, and songwriter and has recorded five CDs.
A member of the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB (RRBC), Pat is a proud member of RWISA (Rave Writers International Society of Authors) and is also the Chief Staff Writer for THEPIPELINE, an International Online Literary Magazine.
She is an active participant in the IWSG (Insecure Writers Support Group) created by Alex J. Cavanaugh, and she writes six times a year in the WEP (Write Edit Publish Challenge) started by Denise C. Covey and Yolanda Renee. An active member of the Romance Writers of America (RWA), she is a member of the Romantic Women’s Fiction Chapter and the Outreach International Chapter of the RWA.