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About Wendy Paine Miller
Wendy Paine Miller has written over a dozen novels. Her passion for writing fiction stems from a desire to better understand others and the world around her. Wendy’s novels have prompted thought-provoking conversations at book clubs all across the country.
When she’s not working on her next book, she’s admiring nature, finding something to paint, or spending time with her family.
Wendy resides in California with her husband, their three girls, and their amusing dog in a home bursting with imagination and hilarity.
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Twelve short stories, twelve conspiracy theories, twelve twisted rabbit holes.
Hold on to your hats.
Their loved ones are resurfacing in photographs taken within the past twenty-four months.
A toddler, a murdered sister, and a beloved dog suddenly begin appearing in photos captured after their last day on earth. Desperate for an explanation, Corrine, Landon, and Aria seek out possible reasons as to why this phenomenon might be occurring. Little manages to put their minds at ease as they wrestle with the implausible potential that maybe their loved ones are still alive.
Bereft of answers, the trio begins to understand that perhaps it’s not why this is happening, but to what end that matters most.
What if life, however long we have left, isn’t so much about the things we do as why we do them--and who we do them with?
“This heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting tale will burrow its way into your heart. . . . If you loved The Fault in Our Stars, this book is for you.” –Colleen Oakley, author of Before I Go
Who happens to be eleven.
Soon after, Emma is introduced to Colby Havelock, a psychology professor who reaches Emma in ways she didn't think were possible again after Max died. Emma considers the possibility of a new life with Colby. But Colby knows something about Zoey he cannot share. Could the eleven-year-old spark who helped Emma heal also be the fire that drives Colby and Emma apart?
Overwhelmed by Daisy’s needs, Poppy anticipates the freedom her upcoming wedding will bring—a chance to relinquish her obsessive worries about Daisy and escape the clutches of guilt from one hazy day when the girls were seven. When they were still invincible.
With a thriving floral photography career but a floundering love life, Daisy questions how strong she will be on her own. And who she might become without Poppy living down the hall or offering a deluge of reminders during each social interaction.
But for the O’Reilly sisters to properly let go, they must first understand what they’re holding on to.
The secret must be kept.
Oriana Bivane senses she’s not like the other girls her age, but the time has come for her to change all that. She’s tired of secrets, but does she confide in the wrong person?
The life-giving key, suddenly missing, must be found.