NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 30, 2021
Linda Kay, a retired business manager and mental health counselor with an AA in business administration and a BA in psychology, as well as an MSEd in school counseling, has completed her new book “Linnie Lou and Stevie”: a gripping and potent story about a young girl making the most out of life in a small town.
Linda writes, “Linnie Lou went back home, thinking if she ever grew up and had kids she would never tell them there was a Santa Claus or there wasn’t a Santa Claus. They could believe as they wanted to. All she knew was, there might be or there might not be, but today she chose to believe.”
Published by Page Publishing, Linda Kay’s moving tale follows Linnie, a seven-year-old girl living in a small town in the mid 1950s. She lives on the same street as her cousins, in a home with both her parents and her grandparents, and has a best friend named Stevie whom she loves to spend all of her time with.
Linnie goes to church, catches fireflies, enjoys playing in the sandbox, and still believes in Santa. Her father drives the bus to Sunday School while her Grandmother teaches class, but despite having a very picturesque life, Linnie's day-to-day life isn't without its hardships.
She gets into fights with her cousins, she breaks rules and gets in trouble with her parents, and even has to deal with the realities of serious illnesses of the time like polio. But in spite of all the obstacles placed before her, Linnie is determined to maintain a positive outlook on life and enjoy herself, and the company of her friends and family, as much as she possibly can.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Linnie Lou and Stevie” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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