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MEET THE AUTHOR: Micki Peluso

April 22, 2015

Micki Peluso is an author that I admire. Her Erma Bombeck sense of humour locks you into her book, And The Whippoorwill Sang. Micki was interviewed by Bette A. Stevens, and this interview gives you a look into Micki’s life.
Great job, Bette.
This is a wonderful, delightful interview, Micki.
Shalom,
Pat Garcia

Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author

Micki Peluso and book signing

Mick Peluso is the author of …And the Whippoorwill Sang—an outstanding memoir:

“Micki Peluso takes readers along on her journey through life as she deals with the tragedy of the imminent death of one of her six children in a story that will bring tears—not only of immeasurable sadness—but also those wonderful tears of the joys and hilarity of a family’s life. As I traveled with Micki along life’s highway and byways, I not only met her wonderful family and friends, I felt like I was one of them. That’s what I call great writing! From antics to dilemmas, you won’t want to miss out on the laughter, the love, the sorrows, the courage or the tears as Peluso poignantly weaves a well-written memoir that will not be forgotten in AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG.” ~Bette A. Stevens, Maine author/illustrator

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  1. Thanks for the reblog, Pat. It’s been a pure delight interviewing Micki Peluso. Her wonderful sense of humor is irrepressible and reaches out to readers through the triumphs and trials so courageously written in her memoir …AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG. Micki is tops in my book!

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  2. Pat, thank you so much for reblogging this interview. You are always thinking of your friends which makes you such a treasure. And you always make me look good 🙂

    Love, Micki

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    • Micki,
      It is really a pleasure to pass the word on anything you’ve written. You are an excellent writer and I enjoy reading your works.
      Shalom,
      Pat

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