Amazing story. I thoroughly enjoyed every chapter. Mysterious and enthralling.
This is an excerpt from my book The Threshold. Sally Jenkins is a character who won the sympathies of many of my readers. Life hasn’t been easy on her, but she is a fighter. Self-pity is just not her cup of espresso.
Sally Jenkins was a 32-year-old divorced mum and ambitious producer. She didn’t mind being divorced at all. She had entered her marriage too immature, a complete mess of a person, a work in progress. During the marriage, she felt like moist washing powder tossed carelessly into the washing machine shaft, and sucked into the fast and noisy tumble-dryer. By the end of the marriage, she felt like leftover traces of that powder mash, splattered undissolved all over clothes like a proper nuisance, not really having done what it was supposed to have done, but still sort of there. Her 6-year-old son was her only secret treasure, bounced around…
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