A fascination with identical twins has been the story of my life. Don’t ask me why because I couldn’t tell you. Even though I had more than a half-dozen babies of my own, almost every single time I was hoping, even praying that I would be carrying twins. No luck. When I read about the remarkable, yea, even amazing traits and experiences separated twins share a spark kindled and I was on my way to exploring an area of pathos, heartache, joy and intrigue when a teenage mother has to give up her babies, or at least thinks she must relinquish one of them during the time a war is going on and her husband, who she hadn’t known very well has questionable ethics.
Throw in the fact that she has to leave to a foreign country without her parents'
although THIS BOOK USED TO BE CALLED tWO mOTHER’S tWIN dAUGHTERS. I improved and expanded it so much that it is now divided into two books. the sequel is more the twins story; how they cope with the joy and turmoil of getting reacquainted after being separated so long and the first book is mainly about the mothers.
Here's my bio: 😼 How do you get a shy, dreamy-eyed girl's gift for writing to burst into flames? Just ask my sixth-grade teacher. She told me I had a 'flare for writing' and after that, there was no stopping me. To say I enjoy writing would be the understatement of the year. I get lost in it. Once while in my teens I was so involved in the book I was working on that the characters became more real than the people around me who seemed like cardboard creations. No, I haven't changed much.
But I do have other loves including my precious husband of forty-plus years, our ten grandchildren, their parents, the dogs, especially Cuddles, and I thrive on gardening as well as running our bed and breakfast. Having guests over and sharing food and conversation is the spice of life. But get me back to writing as soon as possible.
Oh, in case you haven't noticed: I love life!