Sallie Lundy-Frommer

Biography

Sallie Lundy-Frommer was born on a farm in the rural South to a family of migrant farm workers. At an early age, her family moved to the urban North-East. She now lives in the suburban North-East with her husband and a large assortment of plants. She holds bachelors and masters degrees in Human Resource Management and currently works in the health care industry.

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Yesterday's Daughter
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 90,400. Language: English. Published: October 2, 2011. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
(4.41)
Yesterday’s Daughter is an emotionally laden vampire romance novel. Grace is alone and lonely, believing it will always remain so until Malachi appears in her life. Malachi, a Guardian of the vampire communities, has searched for his life mate, Sapphira, for decades. His very soul drives him to continue his search, knowing that he could not exist if Sapphira were not in the world, somewhere.

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  • Ziggy Two Step - Courier Extraordinaire on Jan. 12, 2012
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    Thomas Edward Haliburton, known as Ziggy Two-Step is a funny simple character. Ziggy Two-Step is childlike in is his reactions to his environment. His lack of sophistication and screwed responses are both jaunting and quirky in a very good way. Ziggy Two-Step is a simple single-minded bike messenger who zips, zings, speeds, bikes, rides and two-steps through a couple of days leaving mayhem in his wake. Ziggy Two-Step is completely unaware of the ramifications of his speedy deliveries. Car accidents, a bombing, a mugging and a jettisoned delivery of a live organ are just a few in a long line of misadventures caused by Ziggy Two-Step. Mark Goodwin’s Ziggy Two Step - Courier Extraordinaire is an exhaustingly funny, quirky story that may leave your sides aching from laughter. The story propels the reader at a frantic pace. Mark Goodwin writes in a chirping non-stop, gallivanting manor that perfectly matches the movements of his protagonist. This is a witty, well written; slapstick read that you will enjoy so much you’ll want read it a second time to make sure you didn’t miss anything. This story is suitable for tweens to adults. However, I suspect that adults will better recognize the dry wit and physical rough housing reminiscent of The Three Stooges and Laurel and Hardy. The cover art is adorable and perfectly matches the playful awkwardness of Ziggy Two-Step. Enjoy the ride!!