Angela's SongAuthor: AnnMarie Creedon
Publisher: Full Quiver Publishing
Widow and mother of three, Angela 'Jel' Cooke is full of regret about her marriage to her late husband. Her close friends can see that she is keeping busy to avoid her pain. But no amount of cooking, baking, volunteering or late-night games of Yahtzee with her BFF can bring her any peace. When Jack Bartolomucci walks into her life, he challenges Angela to face her demons head on. What follows is a poignant, sometimes hilarious tale of hope and healing.
AnnMarie Creedon is a wife and mother who writes about life, love and family. Formerly employed by A.C. Nielsen Co. and the advertising firm now known as Bates International, Creedon had a career in media research before taking leave to raise her children at home. AnnMarie grew up on the North Shore of Long Island in an Italian-American family, and currently lives in the Kansas City area with her husband and 5 children. Her Italian heritage colors her writing, as evidenced in her debut novel, Angela's Song, which features a young widow who raises her children with Italian traditions. Angela's Song is a story of forgiveness, hope and redemption. Looking back on her marriage, Angela 'Jel' Cooke has many regrets and is tempted to despair about what could have been before the tragedy of her husband's death. Her friends challenge her to face the past, learn to forgive and, ultimately, to love herself, so that she can move on with her life.
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