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message 1: by Bonnie (new)

Bonnie Mill Utmost motivation for writing this novel is an attempt to influence young adults to be careful how they treat an offspring's formative years. If a child's emotions become overly traumatized, it can affect their entire life and the lives of those they meet along the road of life. Personalities and moods have a rippling affect. And hundreds of people can be sullied by one human being who's been abused at the hands of a biological family!


message 2: by Bonnie (new)

Bonnie Mill Please note: Ronda Boccio's one-star rating of Bonnie Mill-Lemke's novel is based on a partial read. Two types of editing were used in writing "Mollie's Follies." The paid, professional editor said, "This novel's artistic quality is genius"; and, an electronic editing device is also used. Several chapters of "Mollie's Follies", including the title, have double meaning. Reviews influence buying decisions. Ronda even said, "It's just an opinion. Move on." But, this critique is unfair, IMHO! Evaluating and grading a book without reading the complete story, especially when Google disagrees with assumptions being made, is wrong. Not right! See what you think! "Mollie's Follies"...Her story. God's glory!


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