The Rainbow Won't Wait

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A dying mother's advice for the obstinate daughter she is leaving behind.

A story of hope, inspiration and how a briar of a child became the flower that her mother always dreamed of...but died before she got a chance to see her bloom. More
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About Lisa V. Proulx

Lisa walks the fine line between Heaven and Hell, writing tales of horror and unspeakable fear to inspirational stories that will uplift and motivate your spirit.

She believes the world hinges on both good and evil and her stories reflect both the dark and the light.

She also writes non-fiction and erotic romance with a rock and roll edge under her pen name Veronica Moreau.

Lisa is the author of six books, including The Rainbow Won’t Wait, which is an inspirational tribute to her mother Victoria whom she lost to cancer in 2006.

It is her desire to become a motivational speaker and to heal others with her words.

She has raised Rottweilers for 15 years and is a former belly dancer.

She is also a columnist and feature writer for her hometown newspaper.

She is a member of Toastmasters.

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Reviews of The Rainbow Won't Wait by Lisa V. Proulx

Donna Brown reviewed on Feb. 10, 2012

I started reading your book this morning. I can only start by saying my mom died 25 years ago on February 13 ... the day before Valentines day .. and the day my father's heart broke into tiny pieces.
I have been reading for 2 hours now and have cried the entire time ... it's getting hard to read the computer
version ... so I'll hold off unitl I can get the book in my hands. I'm kind of old fashioned in that sense.
But, before I sign off -- thank you ... you're writing is basically a glorious and tearful walk down memory
lane with my own mother and the things I dealt with before her passing. She was also an amazing woman,and sometimes when playing with my grandchildren it saddens me to know that they will never know her personally - but I do know that the wonderful things she instilled in me came from her and I am now passing on to them. I really needed this connection in my life right now.
Thank you for your spirit, and you're way with words that I know come straight from your heart.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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