Train to Nowhere

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Dusty Robbins lost everything. Packing everything he owned in a duffel bag, he heads out of town on foot,to find his life. He soon discovers the love of his life and an existence he can only imagine in his dreams; He takes the road to nowhere and finds he has ended somewhere. This is a life changing story of love and perseverance. More
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Words: 11,610
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465932662
About Sunnie Day

I am a retired nurse who now enjoys writing and sharing stories. I am the mother of four grown children and the grandmother of four beautiful grandchildren with one on the way.

I live in the great state of Texas and come from an all military family. I myself was in the Army years ago. I am so proud of our military and to have served.

I have always loved to write but it has been many years since my pen has taken flight.I love to take an ordinary situation and turn it into a humorous piece.

Many of the short articles have been taken from my own life. My family hides now when I say, "Oh I must write about that!" Where is their sense of humor? My poor husband falls victim most of the time.

I also have found that after all these years I do still have an imagination, creating fictional stories that take the reader to places unknown.

You may find me on Sunnies Pen to Page on Wordpress, where I introduce new writers and their work. My site, Graceful Intentions. I hope you will stop by and have look. My work is also found on Amazon, Yahoo Contributor, and Authors Den as well.
Thank you for stopping by,
Sunnie

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Review by: Mike Friedman on Dec. 09, 2011 : (no rating)
When Dusty Robbins, a middle aged man finds himself in the eye of life's storm he packs a bag and heads for the door. He carries a duffel bag on one shoulder and the sun on the other, his cowboy hat pulled on tight, as he heads for the tracks that lead out of town. His thoughts are of putting time and distance between himself and his failed past. This is a story of hope, discovery, hard work and of sweet second chances.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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