Stars to Lead Me Home
Love and Marriage
On Sale: June 4, 2015
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Women's Fiction Contemporary | Women's Fiction
From the beloved bestselling author of Driving Me Crazy
The Sweetest Hallelujah.
If you’ve ever tried to pick up the pieces after a
goes up in smoke, you’ll know Maggie. If you’ve ever
thought your daughter might not speak to you again or a
life-threatening illness would claim your best friend,
you’ll understand Maggie’s heart. And if you’ve ever
on a star, you’ll cheer for her throughout this book.
“It’s the kind you can’t wait to share with your best
friend! The Must Read book of the year!”
3 comments posted.
Re: Stars to Lead Me Home
I feel a connection to the name Maggie, since it's a
nickname for the name Margaret. That was supposed to be my
birth name, and somehow Peggy was put on my birth
certificate instead. I've always liked the name Maggie
myself, and grew up envious that I couldn't use that
nickname, while growing up, and still to this day, along
with a couple others. I enjoyed reading your posting, and
could picture your Husband's Grandmother, going out the door
to work in her garden. It brought back memories of me, many
moons ago, when I had gardens of my own, and had a certain
time set aside, to go out and work in my garden. She sounds
like she was a wonderful lady, who had a full life, and you
have great memories of her, so her life lives on. I'm
looking forward to reading your book, more than you know,
and have put it on my TBR list, to read it this Spring, in
honor of your Husband's Grandmother, while everything is
starting to sprout!! Thank you for coming here to let us
know about your latest book, which I know is going to be a
big seller!! I'm sorry to have gotten a little long-winded
in my response, as well!!
(Peggy Roberson 11:56am March 24, 2015)
Hi, Peggy! Your comment was such fun to read. I, too, often wished I'd been named Margaret and could be called Maggie. But my parents just named me plain old Peggy. Maybe because they were fans of the Lennon Sisters? Who knows. Thanks for stopping by.
(Peggy Webb 5:16pm March 24, 2015)
The screen door reminds me of my mother's house. I look
forward to reading about Maggie.
(Leona Olson 8:54am March 25, 2015)
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