A Girl Named Sarah (A Miracle for Sarah)
About the Book
When Sarah was eleven her parents separated and sent her to live with her Grandmother Mrs. Brown. Sarah was very hurt and felt like it was her fault. Her parents felt they needed time apart to resolve their differences. She loved her grandmother very much but missed her parents. Sarah decided that she was going to make the best of her situation and focus on her grades in school and participate in sports. Coming up to her twelfth birthday, Sarah prayed that both of her parents would be there. They came and had a special envelope for her. On the front it read, A Miracle for Sarah. In the note, her parents asked for forgiveness of what they put her through and if she would forgive them, they would take her home that night. Sarah opened the envelope and read the note. She said, “ Yes ! Yes!” They hugged and cried.
About the Author
Doris M. Jones has been writing poems and short stories since elementary school. She is the second of seven siblings. Her parents died three years apart, when she was seventeen and twenty years old. She is the Mother of five beautiful people. All excelled in school and college and all are doing well financially. She has received many writing awards including several Editor’s Choice, Who Is Who In Poetry in 2004-05, and many Certificates of Merit. She worked in a couple of doctors’ offices as a Medical Assistant, Receptionist and Scheduler. She loves helping people and received many praise letters from the patients. This is her ninth self-published book (in five Genres). And she is planning to write many more.