Linda Kane Paavola
I was born an Army brat in Alabama. After my father retired from the military, we moved to Minnesota where I lived until after college. Getting away from home to go to college meant driving across the Red River (five miles) to North Dakota State University in Fargo for a Psychology major. My oldest brother introduced me to my best friend and fantastic husband while I was still in high school. He was already attending NDSU for his third degree. Needless to say, we are very strong alumni supporters to that university. GO BISON!
My husband and I knew each other for nine years before we married. He was already in the army when we married, so we moved quite often. I am militarily oriented through and through. Like I said, my father was in the army when I was born and then switched over to the National Guard. Both my brothers went into the military, one into the Army the other into the Air Force. Plus both of our sons went into the Army. Our daughter is the only one that did not decided to go into the military even though when she was about seven years old she said was going to be a Marine. She’s a medium height, slender, blonde, not your normal Marine. Within the following year, she changed her mind. Now, the profession that she has chosen and how she works, proves she would have made a wonderful Marine however.
We are now retired and living in Tucson, Arizona. Yes, it is a dry heat and that makes all the difference in the world no matter how many jokes there are about it. Through our travels, we’ve been able to extensively tour all fifty of the beautiful United States, several Canadian provinces, many Mexican cities and several of the Caribbean Islands. Our bucket list is still so long and growing by the day, we’ll have to live until we’re three hundred in order to cross everything off our list.
One item that was on my bucket list was to write a book. I seem to inhale any genre of books available and wanted to try my hand at writing my own. I have two non-fiction books already published under a pseudonym. They have both done very well. This is my first try at fiction however. When I was almost finished writing “Remie – I’ll Never Forget You,” my husband suggested I make the story into a trilogy, which after a very short consideration, I thought was a wonderful idea. I love reading trilogies because I get to keep the characters with me that much longer. They begin to feel like my friends. I then went back and made several changes, to include changing dates. So, now I am bringing you the ‘Never’ series. “Remie – I’ll Never Forget You” is the first in the trilogy. Next to come will be “Anna – You’re Never Too Old” and the final book will be “Pepper – Never Say Never.”
I hope you enjoy reading these books as much as I’ve enjoyed writing them. Watch for my second and third books in the series to come out soon. You won’t want to miss the rest of their stories.
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Pepper - Never Say Never: Book Three of the 'Never' Trilogy
Pepper had a thriving business in Milan but her heart was moving to Waverly, South Carolina. She wanted to be nearer to her family. She had to find a way to have it all, family, career, peaceful town and maybe an irritating, egotistical, chauvinistic and rude male to round out her life. She just didn’t know that last part for a long time however. What she learns is to never say never.
Anna - You're Never Too Old: Book Two of the 'Never' Series Trilogy
Too many miles separate Anna from Bailey, her newly-found daughter. She’s missed out on so much - 33 years. Anna has a business she can’t leave behind and she isn’t ready to retire. Will she be able to become close to Bailey and still continue working? Is she too old for change? Is she too old for love? Anna wants it all though questions herself throughout the journey to her final decisions.
Remie - I'll Never Forget You: Book One of the 'Never' Series Trilogy
Anna and Lawrence married after high school. However, after a year their lives took different directions. Anna found out she was pregnant with twins. One night, Lawrence took one of the babies and disappeared to pursue his own dreams. Anna would never forget the baby taken from her. She had to find her! This is a story of living through hardship, success, tragedy, betrayal, fear, love and hope.
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