I don't know about you, but I'm feeling the strain of being cooped up.  I developed pneumonia, so I've been stuck in the house. Because I showed some symptoms, I've had to have the Covid test. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.  Thankfully, the results came back negative. This Pandemic has affected so many lives, taken so many lives. Never in my life have I ever experienced something like this. It's eerie to drive through the city and not see crowds of people, playgrounds empty and shopping malls closed. I would like to say thank you to all the front line workers. Thank you for everything you do. Thank you for risking your lives so others can get help. Thank you to the restaurants workers who are still on the job, hoping they don't get sick. Thank you to the officers, the firemen and paramedics who face danger every day, not just in their regular duties, but more so now with the virus that spreads so easily. Thank you to the people who stay with the elderly, making sure they remain safe.  
                                                                               Stay  safe everyone. We will get through this. 

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  Surviving the Darkness. Winner of Long and Short Reviews book of the month contest.
The author did a great job in showing people how strong they can be after a tragedy.

                                            This is a great read.

                                Long and Short Reviews  4 1/2 stars

 

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Stewart’s writing rivals the intensity of the action and the characters’ feelings. It’s crisp, hard-hitting and as fast-paced as the action She delivers a story that allows the reader to share in their emotions. The rage, fear, and even misery, shine through with the characters. Her style of writing is so electric it just leaps from the pages.
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Ms. Stewart writes a captivating tale with rich dialogue that kept this reader on the edge of the seat.
Cherokee
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More

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Ms. Stewart’s descriptions are rich and her characters draw you into the story. You can’t help but root for the vampires to overcome the darkness that helps them live.

Another great story, Shiela uses her skills and understanding of human nature to take us on a journey of discovery, a journey of emotional depth, we search our soul and know the characters, for they are like us emotional beings.