Here’s Susan Gabriel’s latest novel!

 

Lily’s Song

A mother’s secrets, a daughter’s dream, and a family’s loyalty are masterfully interwoven in this much anticipated sequel to Amazon #1 bestseller The Secret Sense of Wildflower.

“Wildflower” McAllister’s daughter, Lily, now 14, struggles with her mother’s reluctance to tell her who her father is. When a stranger appears on the family doorstep, drunk and evoking ghosts from the past, it threatens to break the close-knit McAllister family apart.

Meanwhile, Wildflower has a deep secret of her own.. Read more…

About Susan

Amazon and Nook #1 bestselling author Susan Gabriel writes with passion, humor and insight about Southerners, both wise and wounded; teens, both ordinary and odd; and the people who love them, both explicit and unconscious. While she at times has written plays, poetry and nonfiction (see her blog), Susan primarily writes southern fiction and short stories. Discover more about Susan Gabriel here.

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…astute observations and wonderfully turned phrases, with nary a cliché to be found. She could be an adolescent Scout Finch… ”

– Kirkus Reviews (starred)

 

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The STONE Age meets the TEENage! Quentin Moss is an average 13-year-old boy with an anything-but-average problem: the cave boy he dreamed about last night has shown up, alive and smelly, in his bedroom.

 

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Discover inspiration, writing tips and encouragement to get going again and keep going.

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In this elegant love story with a twenty first century twist, the reader is taken on a journey into the soul of relationship.

A heroic Native American teenager finds adventure and a sacred treasure!

Susan Gabriel's FAVORITE Creativity-related Quote Right Now:

“Writing is a combination of intangible creative fantasy and appallingly hard work.” —Anthony Powell

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