Anita’s Books…

bad moon (kindle)The devastating truth bubbles to the blood drenched surface, as Annie follows her instincts to discover what is wrong with her family.
She unearths a terrible secret, one that should have stayed a mystery; but now she knows, what on earth can she do about it?
She could just run away, but knows she will not escape the violence and its repercussions that easily.
And just how much of her horrible past would she have to take with her?

Amazon Link:    myBook.to/badmoon

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When you think about being in a coma, you would imagine that nothing much happens. Peaceful, perhaps but a bit boring? Maybe.
But who knew that being in a coma would be a traumatic, sometimes violent experience?
When Maggie is mown down by a dirty blue car outside a supermarket, she is not prepared for any of it. Least of all the sad nightmare world she is forced to witness. Or the sad, pitiful child she finds there.
Maggie has two battles to fight, finding her own way back to the real world, and somehow bring the child back with her.

Amazon Link:    myBook.to/SRIBS

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Simple is a huge bear of a man with the heart and mind of an innocent child. His story is about the fear and unbelievable cruelty he is forced to endure at the hands of his family.
The only person who cares about him is Leanne, and she faces an unending struggle to find a way for them both to be free…

Amazon Link:    myBook.to/SimpleS

 

 

Many children have an invisible friend, and sometimes they can be a necessary part of a child’s life for many reasons. But supposing this ‘friend’ seems hellbent on causing more than childish mischief?

This haunting family drama is about deeply buried guilt, full of all the secrets and suspicions that invade and control most of our lives.
The question is this, how to send this invisible menace packing and restore the status quo with the minimum of damage?

Amazon Link:    myBook.to/Secrett

Sarah Curtis is aMore Lives_kindle typical teenager who has already decided how she wants her life to be. A loving husband, family, and friends. No dark clouds on the horizon. She has no idea that fate has other ideas.
She has been having sad and confusing dreams, where she seems to be someone else entirely. A girl with terrible, disturbing problems.
Despite trying to dismiss them as silly dreams, they do seem to be important, as if they hold the secret to her future.
The dreams get more and more depressing and Sarah begins to worry that something in her life must be wrong, and when a child goes missing, her life begins to mirror her dreams.
Amazon Link:     myBook.to/moreL

 

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You read about families where everyone is happy and life is wonderful. That wasn’t my family. My mother was the only good person in our house, coping patiently with a drunken, obsessive gambler of a husband and a daughter with an insatiable sexual appetite.  I loved my father, but he kept us one step away from the poor house.  Loving my sister was harder, basically because she hated me and constantly brought trouble to the door.

Me? I couldn’t wait to grow up and live my own life.

Then everything changed. Unbelievably, Dad won a guest house in a card game and suddenly we were off to a new life in Cornwall. A beautiful place, steeped in legend and mystery.  Would trouble leave us alone now, or was it merely biding its time?

Amazon Link:  myBook.to/LetGo

Published by Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie, A Midnight Clear is a collection of our short stories. Some sad, some happy, but all worth reading.

Amazon Link:   myBook.to/Shstories

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8 thoughts on “Anita’s Books…

  1. Hi Anita. I wanted to thank you for sending me the Amazon card to download your book, but Amazon wouldn’t let me download it from the U.K. site where it took me to load. It’s now holding the gift card ransom stored in my ‘new’ UK account lol, which I can’t use because I’m not from there. 😦

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