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Sweet Peach Liberty

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Sweet Peach Liberty
Follow young Liberty who leaves the big city for a small town where she tries to make friends and avoid trouble until one night after hearing her parents argue she runs out into the woods where she meets a man who claims to be an angel Liberty thinks he might be over his head until she mysteriously loses her father to a heart attack then sees him again at her dad;s funeral making her wonder if he's really an angel or just an ordinary man preying on those close to her as he follows her throughout her life as she becomes a drug addict stealing her mom's medication to running away from home partying hard and having a horrific nightmare and terrifying experiences of seeing who would die next in her life even after adulthood and finding love having a family of her own things seems to get better only to get worse but how worse can it be and what is it that's luring Liberty to the mysterious peach tree in her backyard that sounds like it's calling her name and who is this man that always seems to be watching her every move

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Deleted User

I like where the story is going, I haven't been able to real thought it all, but minus the editing part I think the story is great so far. At least what I read anyway. I'm going to put this one in my favorites. I hope you don't mind.

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RebeckDawn

I love your cover and your blurb sounds really interesting. Can you please make the editing changes that Laz suggested and then let us know so we can come back and read your book!!!

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Deleted User

My suggestion is to follow Lazarus67 suggestions. And make paragraphs and double space them.

It may be good, but how it's formatted it is very hard to read.

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lazarus67

Please, please punctuate your sentenses. I can't tell where one starts and finishes. Use upper case where needed. This is a writing club, so good grammar is stressed. If you need help, there are many here who can lend a hand...to a limit.

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lazarus67

I spelled sentences wrong, didn't I ...lol.

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