#Snippet #TopTenList #Giveaway: 'A Family No More' by Amy Quonce


How does a mother choose between her only two children?

Twelve-year-old Andrew Preston was highly intelligent and extremely cunning; typical or any other sociopath such as himself. While he loved to see how much he could get away with without being caught, he took his greatest pleasure in harming his autistic little sister, Megan.  
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After spending many years working in the education system in Upstate, New York, Amy Quonce moved across the map with her daughter and one very spoiled dog. She now spends her days writing from a hammock nestled between two palm trees and works as a Licensed Massage Therapist. 

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Top 10 Favorite Things I Can’t Live Without

  1. The beach
  2. The movie Beaches
  3. Soarin’ ride at Disney
  4. Ice Cream
  5. Chivalry
  6. Shopping
  7. Being barefoot
  8. Campfires
  9. My best friend, Jen
  10. Good music on my iPod
As Joe pulled into the crowded school parking lot, he could sense the nervousness in his wife. He kissed her cheek and told her how proud he was at her bravery. Kate wasn't sure if it was valor or cowardice, but more of a force that guided her inside the building alone. Her legs shook so much she could barely get out of the car to make the short walk into the school. Through the disorientation, she found the main office and managed to tell the secretaries she needed to sign her child out for an appointment. Doing so made her realize how hard it was to say those words…her child.
It couldn’t be her child who had done such vile things against her daughter. It certainly wasn't her childwho was about to be taken down to the police station to be interrogated by detectives. Kate’s body shivered thinking about it. Was he her child anymore?



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Amy Quonce said…
Thank you for having me on your blog. I'm excited to share my book with all your readers!

Amy Quonce