A Painful Post Mortem - Raw Emotion

Posted at 09:00am on 30th May 2008

Your book was a good read with a lot of raw emotion. You portrayed the struggle the family had really well.

Sandra, Sussex

Mel's Comment:

Thanks Sandra. As an author, I wanted to be real about the emotions that are aroused by the sudden and shocking death of a young person, but at the same time to show that no life is wasted. That's what I loved about the front cover of the book: if you look down you see only the darkness; but look up and you see light and hope. Mel

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