One of the many lighter moments from …And a Whippoorwill Sang – the Waltons were never like this! 😉
Seriously, this is a wonderful testimony to true family life in all it’s aspects and will resonate with every reader, no matter how old or young.
Thanks, Mar for hosting Micki today 🙂
It is my pleasure to welcome this week’s “SPOTLIGHT” Author, Micki Peluso!!! Micki has been a member of Rave Reviews Book Club since early 2014. (That’s TWO YEARS!!!) She is super supportive and all-around awesome!! Please help me shower her with support today!
Excerpt from . . . And the Whippoorwill Sang
School started and fall descended upon us at once, mourned by the whippoorwills, which had to migrate to warmer lands. I’d come to grips with the ghosts; whether true ghosts or poltergeist activity by my wacky teenagers. The starling finally stopped swooping down from the attic right after the school bus left and I was having my coffee while doing my crossword puzzle. It was a daily routine; bird swoops down, cat leaps up and grabs bird, I scold cat and open the front door and the starling leaves until the next day.
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