Donna Everhart Blog

First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 16
Did you have a favorite aunt growing up? Aunt Marie, the wife of one of my Dad’s younger brothers was
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 15
We have spent the last four days preparing for hurricane Florence and we’ve done all we can.  The forecast has
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 14
I’ve read articles recently about older parents downsizing and how their children don’t want their stuff.  It’s true, and I’ve
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 13
Recently at a book event I was asked (and it’s not the first time) if there is some part of
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 12
I want to talk about my narrator in THE FORGIVING KIND, Sonny Creech and her brothers, Ross and Trent. Like
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 11
I don’t remember much about the heat, or the storms we used to have when I was growing up.  Well,
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 10
When I was going to school, the end of the year would send me daydreaming about the freedom of summer
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 9
I grew up surrounded by mechanics. The men in my family worked on cars, trucks, tractors, lawn mowers, you name
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First Sentence Fridays – Chapter 8
One definition of intuition says this, “a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious
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First Sentence Friday – Chapter 7
After the death of my dad in March 2015, Mom, who’d always happily declared her independence and ability to do
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First Sentence Friday – Chapter 6
When you were growing up, was there someone who, for reasons you couldn’t pinpoint, made you uncomfortable, said things you
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First Sentence Friday – Chapter 5
THE FORGIVING KIND is set in 1955, when the United States was settling into a post-war era, and consumers were
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