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Carolyn Gibbs

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Tuesday's Child, my debut novel, has taken Runner Up in the 2011 Beach Book Festival, making me the 2nd best book you'll read at the Beach this year...or the lake...or the cabin...or your back porch!

TC also took an Honorable Mention in the 2011 Hollywood Book Festival, and Honorable Mention in the 2011 New England Book Festival!



Average rating: 4.21 · 24 ratings · 10 reviews · 5 distinct works · Similar authors
Tuesday's Child
4.47 of 5 stars 4.47 avg rating — 19 ratings — published 2010 — 3 editions
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Murder in Paradise
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Surviving the Zombie 'Pocal...
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Tuesday's Child 2: Redemption
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Tuesday's Child by Carolyn Gibbs
"We are all aware of child abuse. It does not discriminate. Child abuse effects every race and station of life. When it happens to a child, like in this book, it is almost unbearable to read. I wanted to scream, "someone help this poor child." But..." Read more of this review »
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"A fabulous read. Lane is a truly beautiful character who grabs a hold of your heart and doesn't let go."
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If just half of the ideas/theories are correct, we could be in some serious trouble. Really makes you think about the political machine in this country.
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“Sam hadn't left New York with Claire, he'd just arrived at the hotel that morning, checked in, put a few things away in his room and went downstairs to the extensive gift shop and saw the beautiful bouquet of island flowers and knew Claire would love them. The orchid in the middle of the arrangement was purple, which he knew was her favorite color.”
Carolyn Gibbs, Murder in Paradise

“N matter how stressed Claire became, the tropical trees and exotic island flowers decorating the lobby always managed to take her breath away and put her mind at ease. Nature had always been a good de-stressor for her coming in close behind having her hand held by Mr. Sam Stewart”
Carolyn Gibbs, Murder in Paradise

“Even though Sam wasn't a romance author, he knew all the big ones, the heavy hitters and those that had crossed genres. He was greeted by most of the authors, some he knew and others who wanted to meet the famous author. Needless to say the romance genre remained comprised mostly by women authors. Sam stuck out like a rooster in a hen house. A tall, handsome, cool rooster in black jeans, his sunglasses hooked off the pocket of his pale blue oxford shirt. A rooster with a flock of hens following his every move.”
Carolyn Gibbs, Murder in Paradise




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