WARKWORTH, New Zealand (PRWEB) February 12, 2015
The author June-Violet Spragg lost her father in the Second World War, and because of this she has always wondered what if her father did not die? What would she say to him? What questions would she ask? In “Hey Dad------Let’s Talk” (published by Xlibris NZ) the author creates a touching dialogue which holds her innermost longings to see her father once again.
“Hey Dad------Let’s Talk” is a highly engrossing and touching story of the tragic loss of a father in World War II and the lifetime loss felt by his daughter at not having a father. She is in her twilight years now. She has felt his loss all her life, and this is her story, told in a conversational version.
This compelling book gives a poignant portrait of the author’s life and how her father’s absence made her into the person she is today.
“Hey Dad------Let’s Talk”
By June-Violet Spragg
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 52 pages | ISBN 9781493192649
Softcover | 6x9 in | 52 pages | ISBN 9781493192632
E-Book | 52 pages | ISBN 9781493192656
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
June-Violet Spragg (nee Halliwell) was born on June 16, 1940, in Auckland, New Zealand. She is an author of animal stories, an avid cat lover and has several cats. She lives by the number 8 wire Kiwi method of fixing things in the north of the North Island in Paradise.
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