I have spent most of today writing an essay about sisters, so this seemed an appropriate post. If you have a sister and want to share a sister picture on this Facebook post, please do. I’ve written a story, Blueberry Hill, A Sister’s Story, about my sister Donna. If you have a special sister story you want to share, feel free to leave a comment here.
Blueberry Hill, A Sister’s Story
Can love save a sister from self-destruction?
A memoir of sorts, this is a true story of addiction and mother-daughter relationship problems.
Based on the actual events that took place in her family, Crosby looks back to a time when the sisters were young enough to feel invincible and foolish enough to believe it would last forever. But, when her runaway sister disappears the family is thrown into a turmoil that ultimately changes everything.
This is a family saga that is both up-front and personal. In it Crosby bares her soul in a heartrending tale of smoking addiction, regrettable decisions and inevitable outcomes.
Blueberry Hill is a sad-but-true story of family matters, love and tragedy. It is one that will touch your heart and stay with you long after you have closed the book.