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Read Across America has been an incredible journey for me. In my pursuits to discover the undiscovered, I have met some incredible people who are inspiring, have placed their lives within pages, and opened their lives to us. Here is another amazing Author, Micki Peluso and her book. . . . And The Whippoorwill Sang–, which will offer moments of placing your heart on your sleeve with humor.
When I asked Micki Peluso to participate, I encourage the Author to submit any or all information, I like the opportunity to read the book reviews, interviews, and other media coverage on the book and author. Then I pick what touches my heart-strings, so here is one 5 star book review by John Evan for … And The Whippoorwill Sang.
. . . And the Whippoorwill Sang by Micki Peluso
For those of you who could never imagine having to say good-bye to a special loved one, especially a precious young child, take the time to read And the Whippoorwill Sang. Prepare yourself to laugh hysterically one moment, to yourself or even out-loud, and then sink into your seat with consolation as you embark upon a twenty-two year journey through the lives of Micki and Butch, as seen through Micki’s eyes.
The author, Micki Peluso, has a true gift for storytelling. It is genuinely difficult to set the book down once you begin to identify with its characters; you wish to read on and on. It was a rocky beginning for the couple, as we become onlookers into their personal lives just entering into adulthood, but you are soon to identify that this precious couple were blessed with the instincts of survival.
There are two journals intertwined within the pages of . . .And the Whippoorwill Sang; one that spans two decades of the couple’s trials and triumphs clearly chronicled by historic date, and another that spans a shorter, ten-day journey that, had you personally been there, and you feel you are as you read on, would seem to last an eternity.
I encourage you to get your copy and find a quiet place to absorb Micki’s personal true-life memories, the memories
which urge us to Weep, to Laugh, to Grieve, to Dance.
John M. Evans
National Victim Services Training Manager
Mothers Against Drunk Driving – MADD
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Irving, Texas 75062
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