Sinara Ellis

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Sinara Ellis is the pen name for Autumn Rosen, author of books My Four Fathers & Eleanor (published by RoundFire Books 2012) and Catching Stars in Jars (published by BedRoom Books 2013). She lives in Kentucky with her family and small herd of of miniature dauschunds. Currently this author is working on several novels for different publishers.

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My Novel Affair
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 65,110. Language: English. Published: June 19, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
(5.00)
Novelist Sinnie Ellis wants to kill someone she hates and wants to fall in love, all at the same time. All the while, an automatic-weapon toting dwarf, a great white shark and golf-course sand-trap serpent are out to torture her self-absorbed editor husband. Too bad it’s all in her mind…but maybe it doesn’t have to be.

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  • God Has Better Things to do Than My Laundry (and Other Observations From an Overly Dramatic Mom) on July 24, 2012

    Neurotic middle-aged drama queen, and mother, Heather Nestleroad has created a book of her blog posts stories that was entertaining and heartfelt. She is devout in her religious beliefs, responsible (yet amusing) child-rearing skills, the love for her husband and her dislike of orange clothing. She is not Martha Stewart, but never claims to be. She's also not a pioneer or camper, although it's funny to read her experiences both reality based and imagined. For a debut collection it was fun and hit close to home when she spoke of dealing with teens and the thought of her kids leaving home I have 3 gone and 1 to go so I feel your pain. Thank you for a wonderful read, Mrs. Nestleroad.
  • God Has Better Things to do Than My Laundry (and Other Observations From an Overly Dramatic Mom) on July 24, 2012

    Neurotic middle-aged drama queen, and mother, Heather Nestleroad has created a book of her blog posts stories that was entertaining and heartfelt. She is devout in her religious beliefs, responsible (yet amusing) child-rearing skills, the love for her husband and her dislike of orange clothing. She is not Martha Stewart, but never claims to be. She's also not a pioneer or camper, although it's funny to read her experiences both reality based and imagined. For a debut collection it was fun and hit close to home when she spoke of dealing with teens and the thought of her kids leaving home I have 3 gone and 1 to go so I feel your pain. Thank you for a wonderful read, Mrs. Nestleroad.