Testing the Waters (Fifteen &...What!?)

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Planning her own pregnancy at the age of fourteen was more than a mistake. This choice would soon lead Elizabeth to the darkest places that life has to offer; emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
She raises her family as a productive and healthy teenage mom for three years. Until the unthinkable happens. A mothers most horrific nightmare. More
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About Elizabeth McNew

Elizabeth McNew is a dynamic professional whose publishing acumen has resulted in amazing success for her clients. In addition to her roles as freelance writer, blogger, best-selling author and web design specialist, she has helped over one hundred aspiring authors launch and sell ebooks in nearly every genre. She also invests in website design and auctions.

While life is certainly treating her well, it wasn't always so cordial. Formerly known as Elizabeth Jeter, she grew up in the small town of South Lake Tahoe, California. During her youth, Elizabeth struggled with substance abuse, teen pregnancy, domestic violence, child custody loss and hardships in the California court system.
Her ultimate passion has always been writing and she candidly recounts her challenging journey in the controversial book, Long Blue Line-which is available on Amazon.com.

It wasn't easy, but she persevered in the end and is still going strong. Her ambition is clearly evident in each project she assumes and her impeccable reputation is something new and existing clientele have learned to depend on.

To reach Elizabeth, please email [email protected] or visit her blog at http://poemaboutlife.blogspot.com

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Doucette reviewed on on Oct. 17, 2016

A very genuine, truthful partial account of one young girl's life. Thank you to the author for sharing the true story of her experiences. Despite society's judgment, her story shows how easy it is for children (which they really are) to wish to be little grown-ups early as they do not yet have the maturity to understand the gravity of their choices. Very well-written and I truly enjoyed this author's writing style which was easy to read. She is real and tells things as they really were/are.
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