June McCullough

June McCullough

Author of two novels - On the Other Hand and Home to Stay. http://www.amazon.com/June-McCullough/e/B005HG4V66 Love to travel and love to observe. www.junemccul
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This is an insight into one woman's journey as she struggles to carry on after her husband dies. Unable to find the strength she needs, she carefully plans her suicide. Just as she is about to carry out her plan, there is a knock at her door and standing on the other side is a visitor who changes her life in ways that she could never imagine.  Although the story is fiction, the main character, Nina, is a composite of several people in my life who were widowed suddenly. You are not alone.

This is an insight into one woman's journey as she struggles to carry on after her husband dies. Unable to find the strength she needs, she carefully plans her suicide. Just as she is about to carry out her plan, there is a knock at her door and standing on the other side is a visitor who changes her life in ways that she could never imagine. Although the story is fiction, the main character, Nina, is a composite of several people in my life who were widowed suddenly. You are not alone.

Although she has never stopped referring to Aces Corral as her home, it has been two years since Diana Crawford has stepped foot on the ranch just outside Calgary, Canada. Her decision to return home…  read more at Kobo.

Although she has never stopped referring to Aces Corral as her home, it has been two years since Diana Crawford has stepped foot on the ranch just outside Calgary, Canada. Her decision to return home… read more at Kobo.

Nina Andrews is a woman who loves her life and considers it close to perfect. After twenty-eight years of marriage, she is still in love with her husband, Mike. Now that they are empty-nesters, they…  read more at Kobo.

Nina Andrews is a woman who loves her life and considers it close to perfect. After twenty-eight years of marriage, she is still in love with her husband, Mike. Now that they are empty-nesters, they… read more at Kobo.