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My Book Alisa's New Life

I am proud to announce my fiction book Alisa's New Life is now on sale through Publish 
America, Amazon.com, Barns and Noble and other online book stores. 
My pen name is Linda Bates.  

The story is about 5 children that are abandoned by an alcholic father, but when they loose 
their mother and go to live with their 19 year old sister thier lives take a turn. The story 
centers around the main character, Alisa Preston. She has three younger brothers and one 
older sister. Alisa, her friends Gilly and Jason are growing teens, which go through many 
exciting adventures and changes through out the book.

Copyright © Linda Terrell | Year Posted 2010

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