Few things are as special as a sister, Blueberry Hill

Few things are as special as a sister, Blueberry Hill

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.

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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.

Look No Further. Get Reading Today

Review of Blueberry Hill by Brenda on The Reader Salute

Review of Blueberry Hill by Brenda on The Reader Salute

Review of Blueberry Hill by Brenda on The Reader Salute

Brenda from Goodreads has written a wonderful review of Blueberry Hill:

Sisters Donna and Bette were like chalk and cheese – Donna was the wild one, the one who lived her life to the fullest, experiencing everything, scared of nothing. Bette was the cautious, practical one, the sister who thought of the consequences before the actions happened. But they were incredibly close; they loved each other deeply and whatever happened, that would never go away.

This story started when the girls were children – Donna was in school, rebellious, wanting to wear inappropriate clothing and fighting with her mother about it. Bette tried to be the peace-maker, as did their dad. And as they grew, smoking and drinking became the norm for Donna; entering adulthood, there were decisions made which would have long reaching and dire results…

This is a beautifully written novella with a heart wrenching story; a story of a deep love between sisters, and the heartbreak of tragedy. It is the story of decisions made and the regrets that follow; of family and the support base that exists between the extended members of that family.

Pick up Blueberry Hill TODAY on Amazon for only $.99 (reg $2.99)

Review of Blueberry Hill by Brenda on The Reader Salute

Blueberry Hill, A Sister’s Story New Release by Bette Lee Crosby

Blueberry Hill, A Sister’s Story New Release by Bette Lee Crosby

BlueberryHill-Original3WELCOME TO MY WORLD...not my world of today, but the world of my childhood and young adult years. It was a time when my sister and I felt invincible. We believed life would be that way forever, then one day I woke up and discovered the unthinkable can happen. Not only can it happen, it did happen.

BLUEBERRY HILL, A Sister’s Story is a memoir of sorts. Oh you’ll see my fiction style rearing it’s head here and there, but in truth it’s the story of my sister Donna, the girl I wanted to be, and the woman she became.

PLEASE SHARE THIS STORY WITH ME… I can’t promise that you won’t laugh a little and cry a lot, but I can promise it will make you hug your own sister a bit tighter. And I hope the story will stay with you, as it’s stayed in my heart all these long years.