The Long Road Ahead

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Sometimes people do things that make no sense. They make decisions based off of assumptions, insecurities, and previous experiences. Sara shares her experience from her viewpoint of a set of circumstances that she finds herself having to deal with and determining for herself, how her future will be changed.

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Words: 3,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476312880
About Angelique LaFontaine

My name Angelique LaFontaine. I was born in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. I'm 34 years old and live in the country about an hour outside of Dallas, TX. I am employed as a Mechanical Engineer but spend much of my time painting and writing I have been building my work collection for the last 15 years and it includes paintings, sketches, poetry compilations, novels, digital short stories and much more.

I do not limit my writing to one specific genre but I tend to lean more toward fiction fantasy. I love the idea of not having boundaries when writing. If you can think it, in my story, it could happen. In 2008, I released my first poetry compilation. This collection was entitled Walking Before You Run. It is a collection of 75 poems that I've written over the years. In 2010 I released Sandstone and Mirrors: The Crossover. I have many more books and short stories that I am preparing to release.

Besides writing, I love to paint and sketch. I enjoy working with acrylic mainly but from time to time, work with other mediums. Currently my work is being displayed in the Little Elm Library in Little Elm TX. It has been rotated throughout different locations in the Dallas area. Please see my website at www.AngeliqueArtWork.com for any updates.

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Review by: Bruce Benson on Aug. 01, 2012 :
Ah the trials and tribulations of failed romances. This story reminds me of a plotline you might see on mini-series of some type. The kind where you can't help but either bea fan of either the heroine in the story or the fan of the villian. Regardless though, you're going to be rooting for someone!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Bobby Fiedler on July 25, 2012 :
The author writes like John Cheever and that is a compliment if you have never read his books and short stories. It will take you on a trip. It is good.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Paul Pace on July 20, 2012 :
This may also be a short story spin off from another one of the author’s books. I hate to say this, once again, but as usual I found myself having to read several sentences and full paragraphs multiple times to try to find out what the author was trying to say. After reading 2 of her books and 2 of her short stories I really think the author should focus on editing her books/stories before publishing them.

“Finding the Lost” reads as yet another ex-boyfriend and/or ex-husband bashing story. The author’s main character(s) always seem to be wronged in their relationships, but are written as being perfect or near perfect in their actions. Reading these stories is like listening to a broken record. This is yet another painful read from this author. If writing truly is a passion for the author I encourage her to continue. However, she might want to seek some assistance or help before continuing.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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