In Tangina Ann's Natalie's Dilemma readers will never be quite sure if what they see is what it is. Ann has a talent for merging together the everyday, ordinary along with the mystical, spiritual and even fantastical. One of the great joys of reading this book is that the reader will need to be mentally on his or her toes to keep up with the winding path that the author takes them down. The author makes sure that her readers are nearly as in the dark about events as the characters who are living them. It makes for exciting and engaging reading, so much so that readers will have a hard time finding a stopping point and putting the book aside. The author's keen ear for inner dialogue adds to the story and brings out the action in unique ways. It's an interesting technique that doesn't always work, but Ann manages to balance it with enough description and strong characterizations to make it all work in the end.
Growing up is always an adventure that we often look back on in amazement that we survived. In Short Stories in the Life of Little Girl Blue Tangina Ann offers up a series of short stories recounting, not an idyllic childhood, but an authentic one, full of experiences that range from the humorous to the heartbreaking. Ann shines in her humorous passages, brining readers into this world that she has created and making them laugh along with the children in the stories. However, it is likely her ability to relay those events that no child should have to endure, which makes the work all the more poignant and touching.
The author tells these stories through the eyes of a child, where there is an understanding that sometimes bad things do happen and that as a child you are largely helpless. Readers will be able to easily relate to the life of Little Girl Blue, laughing along with her and fearing for her in the darker moments. Ann is an author who shows much promise for future books.
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Things don't always go as you planned. Try waking up one morning Your getting ready for work then you see this I.M from some guy who so happens to be a General was wanting to be your friend.
At first I didn't like him because he seemed to have a chip on his shoulder but After checking him out I thought ok he is for real maybe he isn't as bad as a person I first thought. I guess there is no harm in talking to him ... and I couldn't help thinking that he has a nice smile.
Then a little time goes by & he starts sweet talking me and saying things to me that no one has ever said to me before and in a way that no matter how hard I tried not to my heart just could not resist falling in love with him. So much for just being friends.
Like the title. Looks like a page burner. This book will do well.
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MEETS HER MATCH.
Staring Gooner a dog who is always getting in to trouble, Sally a level headed young lady and Oliver a donkey who complains about everything. If you like animals and you like to laugh, you'll like this book.
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Author Tangina Ann grew up in a small town Pennsylvania about 51 miles north of Pittsburgh. Tangina is currently a self-published author until she can find some one who will pick up the mantle. She likes to do wood art and shoot photos of nature. She has a few cats that make her day a little lighter. She likes to go to a movie once in a while or miniature gulfing. She likes reading History in general. The author says there is no secret to success other than working hard and not giving up when things get tough. Her next book, "No Where to Turn" is finished and is in the process of editing. Read full interview...