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The Year of the Rabbit

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This is a Novel about Fate, Family and Forgiveness.

A young priest goes through the motions of following the teachings of the church in a small Muskoka town during the 1970s. He finds his true calling through unexpected encounters with his precocious love child.

A little girl tries to make sense of her lonely world and sees the Year of the Rabbit as one of hope due to the birth of her illegitimate nephew.

Published with Smashwords, 2011 http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/...

200 pages, ebook

First published September 3, 2011

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Florence T. Lyon

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Florence T Lyon is a pen name that represents a renaissance and a philosophical crossroad.

Florence was born near the shores of the Georgian Bay and later resided in a couple of small Muskoka towns. She cherishes fond memories of the Bay, the surrounding Muskoka nature, the perfect climbing trees and the passing trains. Flo spent a lot of time in the libraries - even had a dream job work term many years ago.

She presently resides and works in Ottawa, Ontario where she enjoys visits from her adult children and serves one elderly cat.

While recovering from a life-altering experience, she used writing as part of her therapy. The result was The Year of the Rabbit. She is presently working on ideas for a children's book and attempting to do the illustrations herself.

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July 23, 2016
I enjoyed reading this adult book because I found it good in all the basics of plot, character and style -- and also unique. The setting, Ontario's beautiful summer vacation land in the Georgian Bay district,gives a powerful assist to the compelling intrigue of fate, family and forgiveness. Flo Lyon knows how to keep the reader interested every step of the way. The heroine Sera has all the charm of Anne of Green Gables, not to mention a lovable priest who comes upon her by chance.
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