The Long Road Home

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
What if? That's the question on Kate's mind, a woman unsettled in life. Will she find the balance between her current life and the one she wants? More
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About Meghan Zeb

I started writing back in my early teens and continued on and off for awhile before I started to become more serious about it. It was always something I enjoyed and I like sharing what I write. A book that draws emotions from me (anger, happiness, grief, whichever) are the type of writings I try to do. I like to affect people with what I write. Also, I'd like to thank Mera for her editing help!

My other interests include reading, biking, yoga, traveling, spending time with friends and family, and baking.

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Review by: Lara Daniels on Oct. 14, 2012 :
This is a beautiful, touching story, and I'm glad I read it.
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Review by: Tamela Walker on April 22, 2012 :
This short story moved me to tears. It takes a lot to make me cry, but the writer showed the emotions so well it was easy to identify with Kate. In seconds your life can be forever altered by something like a simple accident.

It was such a sweet reminder to those of us that get caught up in things that don't really matter. This beautiful story made me want to show my loved ones how much they mean to me. Thank you for this "reality check". What an excellent, well written story. I loved it!
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Review by: Jaime Sommers on April 21, 2012 :
This is a moving story that reminds the reader to look at their own life and appreciate all of the small daily blessings rather than focus on the 'what if' factor. This story makes you feel as though you are the one who walks in the heroine's shoes and fills you emotion.
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Review by: Marcia Carrington on April 6, 2012 :
This is an atmospheric, compelling short story of self-discovery with some subtle paranormal undertones which suit the material. One of the story's great strengths is that, even with the events depicted, it never goes for the flashy or melodramatic route, but, is grounded in human emotion.
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