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Laura A.H. Elliott

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May 16

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July 2009


Hi, my name is Laura and I've been telling stories professionally for decades. Whether for broadcast on E! Entertainment Television or as features and hard news articles at The Los Angeles Times, I bring a light, compassionate heart and passion for telling stories in new and compelling ways. My love for telling stories through video developed at The Los Angeles Times and continues with the book trailers that I direct and produce. As a world traveler I am able to relate to many people and enjoy the unpredictable. My focus creatively is to help tell stories that will bring relief to suffering both here at home and around the world.

To find out more about my books visit: http://laurasmagicday.wordpress.com/ or find me on Facebook. @Laurawriting
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SUMMITING KILIMANJARO––Discovering endurance and answering the riddle of what is enough

His first words to me through the ether about the xplor.earth team at the summit of Kilimanjaro said it all….

HARSH: “Everyone safe, some not very lucid, but thrilled nevertheless after having pushed body and mind to extreme limits. Proud of the team, from 15 to 53 years old!” 

Gilman’s Point

High altitude can hamper our physical abilities and our decision-making process. Those feeling the impact

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Published on August 28, 2018 13:00
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Description: When fear’s as blind as love, how far would you go to find your own happily ever after? One mistake will change Ginny’s life forever. One answer will set her free. Once upon a time Ginny’s road blood ripened, the day she got wise to love. Engaged to the high school quarterback, his quarter-carat ring and enchanting smile should have been enough for her. But, she stands him up and takes a walk where every step questions her happily ever after gone-bad and the fate of the mother she never knew. The mother her father refuses to talk about. Ginny fights to untangle her big, fat, lie-of-a-life on an enchanted road trip to Winnemucca, where she believes all her answers lie. To solve the riddle of her past, she must outrun everyone who wants a piece of her future–including a man determined to see she never has one.
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Description: Twelve-year-old Roxie wants to be like Adrianne, the popular girl, the peacock, who gets everything she wants––a trampoline, a flock to prowl around the mall with, and most especially invitations to parties. But everything changes when Roxie invites all the popular kids in the eighth grade to her thirteenth birthday party on Halloween and they all come. And a boy, the boy, actually talks to Roxie. Roxie has the best night of her life until the peacocks decide they want to celebrate her birthday in a way Roxie never expects––in her attic, with a gift that is out of this world, and a pact to never tell a living soul what happens next.
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“Our walks smell less and less like tar and more and more like pine and burning leaves and the scent that gets in the air right before Halloween, a mixture of caramel and apple cider and magic––the anything-can-happen scent.”
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message 5: by Laura

Laura Elliott Mike wrote: "Just connected. In the out there between Fallon and Elko. Some people know where it is."

:D You're talking about Winnemucca? Happy trails, my friend!


message 4: by Mike

Mike Just connected. In the out there between Fallon and Elko. Some people know where it is.


message 3: by Laura

Laura Elliott Emily wrote: "Thanks Laura for accepting my friend request :)"

Emily wrote: "Thanks Laura for accepting my friend request :)"

Absolutely! *waves* Looking forward to reading your reviews and seeing your TBR:) Have a great weekend Emily!


Emily  Cross Thanks Laura for accepting my friend request :)


message 1: by Laura

Laura Elliott Shelia wrote: "Laura,
I'm going to buy this book right now!
Shelia"


Shelia, Thanks for wanting to give Winnemucca a read. Let me know your thoughts on the story. I hope you have a wonderful, Irene-free weekend:)

Laura


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