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Tears Mixed with Rain

by Anika Dunbar
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About the Book

“She’s is probably the most euphoric person I know.”

This is what you would usually hear when the topic pertains to seventeen year-old Ivory Moore. She’s bears the personality that will illuminate the obscurity that may be felt, and always has her heart focused on others. However, the way she publically presents herself is divergent compared to the person she is behind closed doors.

When word gets out about her suicide attempt, everything comes to the light.

“Whether rain falls or shower water is running, if you cry, no one is aware.” This is why Ivory’s tears are constantly mixed with rain.

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Created on: Feb-16-2013   Last updated:  Mar-10-2013
Format: 7"x10" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color Trade Book
Theme: Fiction    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 48 Pages
happiness    illuminate    mixed    obscurity    rain    sorrow    tear    truth   
About Author
author icon Anika
Joined: Feb-22-2012

Anika Dunbar is the author of many works. These include her first novel, 'The Two-Way Mirror in My Great-Great-Grandmother's Attic,' 'What Bind Us Together,' 'The Findings of Ruth Gauthier,' and of course, the newest addition to the Dunbar Bookshelf®, 'Soaring Embers,' from her series in progress Elements of Time. Anika is an active writer, and can be commonly reached on bookemon.com, where you can also view her books, and is always sure to respond to any of your questions within twenty-four hours of sending. She is also active in giving back to the community, such as charities, donations, and giving something extra to underprivileged children. She loves to help others, as much as she can, but she is aware of her limits, (although they don't stop her too often).

Anika would also like to give a special thanks to those who have pushed and encouraged her to believe that anything is possible. YOU just have to make the first step.

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