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Deborah Gilson shares engaging confessions, implying how vital it is to learn from other people. True Tails of Love is the written version of a five-star drama based on real life events. Gilson’s memoir describes exciting, emotional and unexpected experiences in humorous to painfully perceptive, gripping accounts. These narratives shed light on her intimate moments of vulnerability, which hits home with readers. Gilson’s authentic, off-topic sequence of events reveals fascinating personal insight in this compelling collection. True Tails of Love is inviting, inquisitive and engaging, sparking imagination within the reader. These short, great essays by a talented writer are so vivid you feel you are experiencing the stories. Deborah Gilson’s versatile, new voice literally changes lives. In True Tails of Love, Deborah Gilson’s devoted readers look forward to 30 spectacular tales depicting animals' lives of all breeds. Gilson's collection of sensational stories helps you understand the human and animal psyches. Excerpts separated by * symbol. * Putting her thumb and first finger at the back of Snappy’s head, Deborah lifted the baby alligator out of the box while his mouth snapped open and shut ferociously. * The freezer was crammed with several new white packages. When Deborah couldn’t close the door, she called her mother for help. Deborah asked about the white packages and her mother replied softly, “Mr. Steak.” * Gently, Deborah lifted Kalei’s chin and was horrified to see a gaping wound oozing with blood and infection. Deborah received an intuitive message Kalei was dying from a Black Widow spider bite! * The vet confirmed Jackie Goat had tetanus and said he probably wouldn’t live. Deborah told the vet to imagine Jackie would live and to give her the necessary medicine. Deborah asked the vet to carry Jackie Goat into her home. * Deborah saw a tiny nose peeking out from between the wood slots on her neighbor’s truck. Curious, she asked about the young animals. Her neighbors said they were taking their boy and girl twin sheep to the auction for money. * Deborah’s first day as an alpaca owner seemed like a piece of cake. She took her infant son to the pastures while tending to the alpacas needs, however, soon realized she was in way over her head. * The man at the feed store told Deborah the pet chicks needed to be kept inside her home with the heater on until they were a month old. It didn’t take long before Deborah’s home began to smell rather fowl. * Howard, the 500-pound pink pig, was raised for pork chops, ham and bacon as a 4-H project. Deborah received a call asking if she’d rescue Howard. * Deborah was stunned to learn, she’d purchased three bottle baby calves. She wondered how she’d care for them, the 27 other ranch animals and her toddler son. * Counting the cows and calves, Deborah noticed Speedy, the young bull calf, was missing. His mother stood at the bottom of the cattle shoot, looking up and bellowing into thin air. * Deborah put her hand up to stop the traffic. She opened her arms for the turkeys and slowly guided them to the right side of the road. The male turkey was gobbling to his lady love, who was walking in circles trying to figure out which way she should go. * Deborah witnessed an amazing sight. Her goat, horse and pig had a coyote surrounded. Terrified, she called to her rescued farm animals.
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Deborah Gilson began writing at age seven and has these beginning writings tucked safely in their protected bound covering held together by a string. Deborah's mother dutifully typed these stories as Deborah stood by dictating her latest masterpiece. Because of Deborah's late mother's on-going support, the writing continues more than four decades later. Read one of Deborah Gilson’s award winning stories here: http://womensmemoirs.com/memoir-scrapbooking/memoir-contest-winner-cut-the-cake-by-deborah-gilson/
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 112 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.27 inches. In Stock. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # 1481176226