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Regina Puckett is an award nominated author for her short story, Balloon Wishes.
Concealed in My Heart won runner-up in the international 2014 MARSocial Author of the Year Competition.
Borrowed Wings, has received the Children's Literary Classics Seal of Approval.
Memories won first place in the 1st WSBR International Poetry Contest. This poem may be found in her book of poetry, Tilting at Windmills and Words.
Slowly Drowning won second place in the 3rd WSBR International Poetry Contest. This poem may be found in her poetry book, My Words into the Beyond.
Sir Galahad Comes to the Rescue won third place in the 3rd WSBR International Poetry Contest. This poem may be found in her book of poetry, Ramblings and Dreams.
Her collection of poetry, Fireflies, won 2013 Turning Pages Poetry Book of the Year.
She has been writing for over forty-five years. She lives in Tennessee with her husband of over forty years. She has two grown daughters and four grandchildren.
She writes sweet romances, horror, inspirational, picture books and poetry. There are several projects in various stages of completion and there are always characters and stories waiting for their chance to finally get out of her head and onto paper.
on March 09, 2013 :
I adored this book. It's nice to think there could be a Gregory in this world. Greg gets lost in the forest after not listening to his father to wait for him and they would explore the woods together. He's 12 years old and thought he'd be ok. Greg realizes he's lost, he's hungry getting tired and losing daylight. He thinks he hears something, but shrugs it off as animals or something. He hears what he thinks is a little kid crying, he looks around and follows the sound and there right before his eyes is a little girl, no more than 4 or 5 years old. As scared as he was he knew he had to be brave. He walked up to the little girl and asked he name, she told him Mary Elizabeth. She threw herself at him and almost knocked him over. Mary Elizabeth told him how she got lost. He promised her he would get her home. Mary Elizabeth told him her daddy says never break a promise and Greg told her he would never break his promise. He found his way to a road where a forest ranger noticed them and brought them back to headquarters and called their parents who were dying to find their children. His dad walked in first and as happy he was to find his son he made sure Greg stayed Mary Elizabeth's hero. Mary Elizabeth's parents came in next, when they were ready to leave she ran over to give Gregg a big hug and had him promise to marry her when they get older. Remember Gregg told Mary Elizabeth he would never break a promise to her, with that at the back of his mind he promised her he would wait for her. Gregory does exactly that. As they grew up they both remember their promise even thou their parents and friends try to tell them there are no fairytales endings in life. I have told enough, download this book and see if fairytales like this can happen for Gregory and Mary Elizabeth. There is so much more to this book, romance , intrigue, family, love. Thank you for sharing your skills with us Regina. I totally recommend this book and all her others, there's to many to mention.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Sep. 17, 2012 :
I thought this was a really good book. It had nice mixture of romance, humor and suspense. This was also a nice easy read and I did not want to put it down at times. I would recommend this book if you are looking for a nice romance book! Enjoy!!!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)