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4.7 of 5 stars 4.70  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Pomegranate is a novel about the importance of family, of friends, and of faith. Set in the farming communities of Southern New Mexico and Far West Texas, and across the border from the horrific violence caused by the Mexican drug war, the story follows the year-long journey of three women connected to each other through ties of blood and friendship. Sydney and Erica are c ...more
Paperback, 350 pages
Published May 28th 2011 by Aardvark Global Publishing
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This tale of a year in the life of three women -- Sydney, Erica, and Mia -- who live in Southern New Mexico and Far West Texas is at once a look at mid-life relationships with families, friends, and lovers, a frightening glimpse of the violence in Northern Mexico, and a testament to the power of faith. Pomegranate is a thoughtful and engaging novel that contains a fair share of action and realistic romance. Unfortunately, the first printing contains numerous editorial errors, but I gather they'v ...more
A great book detailing the struggles and lives of a group of friends in the Southwest whose love, faith and friendship are far more than ordinary. Despite the hardships that mark their lives these women are still as connected as they were when their friendships began. They are above all like sisters no matter how much or how little things might have changed. Great book!!
Vincent Emery
“Pomegranate peels the soul, leaving bare wounds bleeding.
Ysella Ayn Fulton heals through faith and family. Rebuilding
the cornerstones of love and forgiveness. There is a light in
Pomegranate that saves, however weak, is always there.”

Donna Snyder
Please read my review in the El Paso Times:
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Ysella Ayn Fulton grew-up in the Mesilla Valley of Southern New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. She attended Cardinal Newman College to learn the classics and received her MFA in Creative Writing at American University to learn to write. In between she worked as a restaurant hostess, at a TV station, at the Folger Shakespeare Library, the White House, Funshine Daycare, and a law firm at the Watergate. ...more
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