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Always and Forever
December 2020 interview with Mercedes-Mary McPherson, author of Rough New Prizes, The Frailest Leaves of Me, and That Shadow My Likeness. Watch Now...
Rough New Prizes
Kelly and Sebastian promised to love each other... Always and forever.
She would die without him.
The Frailest Leaves of Me
The emotional sequel to ROUGH NEW PRIZES.
No one can fix her tears.
That Shadow My Likeness
The third and final book of the ALWAYS AND FOREVERY trilogy.
Lives will be changed forever...
The mystery of Book Three
demands it remain Preview Free!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
I found myself staying up late into the wee hours, promising myself ‘just one more chapter,’ but couldn’t put it down. I would recommend this book to anyone and look forward to the upcoming sequel.
Your characters felt real: the way they talk, their thoughts, their actions. Everything makes sense... I can feel their emotions. You do a good job of conveying their feelings. You make the love that [Kelly and Sebastian] had for one another feel real and I can’t state the importance of this enough. Characters will often carry a novel, and you seem to have a knack for creating very good ones. I feel like I know these people.
I loved it! This book spoke
to me and resonated with me on so many levels. It is the story of Love, Death, Forgiveness, Resiliency, Illness, Shock and Trauma, Hope, Faith, Patience
It is your story or my story. This is the beauty, pain, and hopefulness we call life... and about the choices
"I love my characters. When I write dialogue, I hear their voices, their unique inflections and facial expressions. When they dance or walk or make love... I'm intimately aware of how my characters move, the gestures they make. I know my characters so well."
The author was raised on a lake in northern Minnesota. A closet chef and great-grandmother of three, she writes long hand with a fountain pen - and is writing a fourth novel... backstories and future stories of your favorite characters. And of course, the end of the road story. After all, all good stories must come to an end...