Becky M. Pourchot
This wasn't really the plan...I mean this author thing. I was supposed to be out in the world saving sick birds or helping people laid out on a couch find their inner child. I was supposed to be living in some little unknown town-- like Waunaukee, Wisconsin or Newton, Iowa, watching my imaginary husband play in his imaginary band, with my two kids dressed so sweetly.
Yet here I am in Flagler Beach, Florida of all places, with a husband who doesn't play guitar and kids who choose their own clothes. I am not bandaging sparrows wings or mending broken hearts, but writing books that seems to draw out the inner child in me. Not much of this was part of the plan, but what ever is?
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Forgive Me Martha
Forgive Me Martha is a collection of confessions to the "Great Goddess of Good Things" full of honesty, humor, and humility, sending hope to all of us who fail to be perfect.
To Kiss a Ghost
Book 2 of the Hungry Ghost Series.
Gala Rhyce the reluctant ghost whisperer is back again. When she finds herself bullied by shadow creatures to care for the ghosts in her town, she’s forced to dive deep into the world of the paranormal. The only benefit comes when Gala finds herself happily entangled with a mysterious, handsome ghost who is quickly falling for her.
Food for a Hungry Ghost
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
Book 1 of the Hungry Ghost Series.
Fifteen year old Gala Rhyce should be happy about her new life in Flagler Beach, but instead she's lonely and miserable-that is until she meets Trista Naylor. Trista makes a good friend, except for one snag: she's a ghost.
Can Gala's friendship with a jealous ghost survive?
I Look Better In Binary
In the Midwest of the 1980s... being a Jewish girl meant trying to resolve your accidental love of ham with your desire to follow the rules and be a good kid. I Look Better In Binary tells the tale of writer Becky Pourchot's adventures through puberty with poignancy and side-splitting humor.
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