October 10th, 2009


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  1. Joseph Rowe Says:


    I’m very impressed by your website and your writing. I’ll be ordering a copy of “Jack Rabbit Moon” next week when my disbility check arrives. I know you are not a native Texan like me, but one could never tell from the authenticity of your writing.

    I see that you self-published and I will be doing the same with my memoirs since it is so hard for a new author to find a publisher. I would be very interested in your experiences. Did you use a POD publisher or finance a print run yourself? Your cover design and graphics are wonderful. May I ask who did them?

    I wish you the best of luck with your second book.

    Joseph Rowe

  2. dorraine Says:

    Hi Joseph. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your wonderful comment. And the well wishes. Please email me at: ddauthor@aol.com and I would be happy to speak with you. Best to you!

  3. Julie Phillips Says:

    I could not get enough of this book. I caught myself counting pages near the end and had mixed emotions while doing so because half of me couldn’t consume the words fast enough to see what was going to come of it all and the other didn’t want it to end. It is such a rarity to find a good read so to get the opportunity to experience an amazing read was delightful.

    Jack Rabbit Moon has something for everyone. I can only imagine the personal sacrifice that it took to create such an amazing and beautiful piece of literary genius. I felt so many emotions while I read. You can’t help but connect and bond with the characters.

    Thank you for using your talent to give the world this gift.

  4. dorraine Says:

    You’re very kind, Julie. Thank you so much for reading and leaving such tender words. :-)

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Eleven-year-old Marnie Evans longs to be precious. She wishes on stars for parents who adore her, even though her family is dysfunctional. She also believes that jack rabbits and a boot-wearing Texas angel show her mysterious signs of things to come. Continue Reading

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