In that instant between the end of one heartbeat and the start of the next, everything had changed. One minute, Clare English was the happily married mother of two healthy children. Now her tiny daughter has been diagnosed with leukemia. Clare comes close to losing her faith, and her sanity.
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Deborah Milton writes about what she knows best: being a mother. She lives in Rhode Island with her children, two cats and husband Steven.Review:
"Darn you, Fiction Works, you made me cry in the end. In your latest production, Angel, Mine, the three-hour audio theatre production pushed all my buttons. If you don't have to use a tissue at the end of this story, you don't have a heart." ----Bennet Pomerantz, Audioworld.
"I simply have to tell you how wonderful Angel, Mine is. I just finished listening to it (in one sitting and a full box of tissue). This is one special story." ---- Priscilla A. Maine, author of Angels Unaware
"I e-mailed the author to find out if it [Angel, Mine] is truly fiction. It is, but that doesn't stop it from almost breaking your heart as you hear the story of a toddler's desperate battle with leukemia. Ms. Milton is an exceptional writer." ---- Patricia White, Multi-published author
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