Arlene Rains Graber
Arlene Rains Graber is an award winning freelance writer from Wichita, Kansas. Her writing career spans more than thirty years with more than 100 articles, essays, and devotionals published in numerous newspapers, magazines and periodicals.
Books published are listed below. Graber is a retired travel agent who has traveled throughout the world.
She is a graduate of the University of Memphis, is an avid scrapbooker, a graduate of Bible Study Fellowship, the proud grandmother of two boys, and has attended Eastminster Presbyterian Church for over thirty-five years.
Devoted to Traveling (a devotional book) was published by AWOC Publishers in 2010. Plane Tree in Provence, (Women's Fiction and First Place winner in the Kansas Authors Club Contest) was released as an ebook in October 2011, and Angel on My Shoulder (Christian Fiction) was released an an ebook also in 2011.The Cape Elizabeth Ocean Avenue Society (second on the Plane Tree series) was released in 2012. All novels are available on Amazon.com. Coming soon, Sarah's Choice - With a little help from Tuscany.
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Where to buy in print
Sarah's Choice: with a little help from Tuscany
A Plane Tree in Provence, novel. The women are back from France and Sarah has to make a decision whether to tell her husband about the affair, or keep it hidden. Although she is guilt ridden, she ignores the inevitable for as long as she can until Raoul, the other man, makes an appearance forcing her to to make a choice.
The Cape Elizabeth Ocean Avenue Society
Penny Wilson, owner of the Designers Pen needlework shop in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, lives in a large rambling home with her husband, Michael, and two sons. Life is good until Penny accidentally spots Michael with another woman. An affair? Or a harmless encounter?
Penny has her friends in The Cape Elizabeth Ocean Avenue Society to lean on. While she wants
Angel on My Shoulder
Pringle Taylor is thirty, single, tall, lean, smart, and involved in a two-year relationship with Hunter Wilson. Her third floor walk-up in Brooklyn's Park Slope area is decorated just the way she likes it, and she is rewarded every day teaching at-risk children. Crisis hits when the head master at her school suddenly closes due to economics, and Hunter unexpectedly proposes. What to do.
Smashwords book reviews by Arlene Rains Graber
- Edge of Nowhere
on Sep. 13, 2011
I love short story books, and this one really keeps you reading. Not my usual genre, but decided to broaden my mind. I was thrilled I took the extra step.
B.J. Myrick's literary style and Hazel Hart's more casual style give the best of both worlds. Images and reactions are used brilliantly to create suspense and take you to the dark side of life.
A really great purchase and I received 10 stories for the price of $1.99. Wonderful and entertaining.