Today Only

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
In life, there are times you are granted a miracle. It may not be the one you wanted exactly, but it will be the one you need. It will prepare you for the next step in your journey and help you learn to accept the life you are given, even if that life can be heartbreaking. More

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Words: 50,430
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301190669
About D. Love

Derinda lives in Maine. Her biggest passion is for her family and friends. She adores loving others as if it is the biggest gift life can offer. She is a read-a-holic, loves chocolate, cowboys and everyone on her Young Adult & Teen Readers Facebook page. Her dream is to travel to Australia one day.

I am nothing but simple. I do a lot of volunteer work. I have 2 beautiful daughters. 4 grandchildren, that constantly ask me if I lived in the black & white days.
My inspiration would be my daughters. Rita for her strength to keep fighting and constantly try to take care of me. Even though sometimes she cant get out of the bed. Kayla, for helping pick up
all the pieces that seem to fall, when times get rough. And the love they have for me.

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Review by: Andrew Kuligowski on July 23, 2013 :
A good conductor knows how to work the tools available to him or her. By allowing some things to be emphasized and others to be suppressed, he can make his audience feel a certain way. Then, can turn things around by changing the mix, and leading the audience to feel something totally different. By the time the concert is over, audience members have been through a rainbow of emotions.

Derinda Love crafts words in the way a conductor works with tones. “Today Only” is a love story about a woman dealing with cancer who finds her dream man has entered her life. Told from the alternating perspectives of the woman – Rye – and the man – Jett – with 3rd-person insights from Rye's mother and daughter interspersed, “Today Only” is an emotional symphony.

Ms. Love made me smile (she never quite succeeded in “laughing”, but I don't think she was really aiming for it). Ms. Love made me frown. Ms. Love made me gasp in surprise. Ms. Love made me – yes, I will admit it – cry.

If this is what she can do with a 98 page (in pdf format) novella, I would like to see what she can do with something longer – intermixing additional characters and subplots and such. What do you think, Derinda? Are you up for it?

Rating: 4.5 stars, rounded up to 5 since most rating systems don't allow fractions of stars.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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