SOUTHPAW – A TALE ABOUT A GIRL’S IMAGINATION / BY STEPHANIE LEE

RELEASE DATE – EARLY WINTER, 2018

A cataclysmic disaster has happened and it has severely affected Gwendolyn. Her body isn’t the same. It has drastically changed. Now she lives at Grasslands Hospital and Rehabilitation Center. She lives in a sad world of loneliness and depression day after day. Gwendolyn fears she will be at Grassland’s forever.
One day Gwendolyn is ushered away, though, into a new life with pretend parent’s in a hovel-home in a town far away. And the town with the little hovel-homes has not reaped the benefits of other more influential towns. Its appearance remains a disaster for years after the cataclysmic event. At first, Gwendolyn thinks it’s no better than Grasslands. And it may be even a little worse.
Gwendolyn settles into her new hovel-home surroundings but she finds it cold and uninviting. Then something happens. As time slowly passes Gwendolyn actually discovers life is not as bad as she had previously thought. Her pretend parent’s have some very important and beneficial new resources and friends that will make her life livable.
Gwendolyn, with her renewed spirit, has now vowed to live a happy, beautiful, and wonderful life. She has mastered using her imagination every day in every way. This makes the world Gwendolyn lives in the reality that she has always dreamed of.

ABOUT STEPHANIE LEE


Stephanie is a true creative spirit. SOUTHPAW – A TALE ABOUT A GIRL’S IMAGINATION has been percolating in her mind for a couple of years now.
SOUTHPAW – A TALE ABOUT A GIRL’S IMAGINATION is the first book in the Southpaw series. Stephanie is currently working on the second book with more tales of Gwendolyn’s adventures. 
Stephanie is also the Creator and Host of the weekly Talk, Tales and Trivia podcast (available on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Stitcher, Google Play, and You Tube) where she talks about a specific topic in past or present pop culture. She then tells a tale of her own that is relevant to the weekly topic.
Stephanie has a lovely home in Connecticut where she writes and podcasts all while looking at the beautiful scenery that surrounds her everyday.
Contact Stephanie at:  stephanie@thesouthpawbook.com or talktalesandtrivia@gmail.com

TESTIMONIALS

“The Southpaw – A Tale About A Girl’s Imagination is a wonderful look inside the mind of the character, Gwendolyn Fisk. Stephanie has really brought imagination, emotions and feelings of hope alive in this wonderful book.” Thomas Graf
“I found The Southpaw – A Tale About A Girl’s Imagination to be addicting. The emotional connection I felt to the main character and the imagery of both the emotions and places described was superb.” Suzanne Oldakowski

RELEASE DATE – EARLY WINTER, 2018


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ABOUT STEPHANIE LEE


Stephanie is a true creative spirit. SOUTHPAW – A TALE ABOUT A GIRL’S IMAGINATION has been percolating in her mind for a couple of years now.
SOUTHPAW – A TALE ABOUT A GIRL’S IMAGINATION is the first book in the Southpaw series. Stephanie is currently working on the second book with more tales of Gwendolyn’s adventures. 
Stephanie is also the Creator and Host of the weekly Talk, Tales and Trivia podcast (available on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Stitcher, Google Play, and You Tube) where she talks about a specific topic in past or present pop culture. She then tells a tale of her own that is relevant to the weekly topic.
Stephanie has a lovely home in the New York area where she writes and podcasts all while looking at the beautiful water views.
Contact Stephanie at:  stephanie@thesouthpawbook.com or talktalesandtrivia@gmail.com

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