Returning to Rockwell: Tis Always the Season for Miracles
by Helen ‘Taylor’ Little
No. of Pages: 284
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Dana Lynne O’Malley grew up believing that her grandfather was a leprechaun. After all, that was the nickname her grandmother lovingly gave him. Curiously, even as Dana becomes an adult, her grandfather never dissuades her from the fantasy. When her grandfather dies, however, it quickly becomes clear that he is indeed more than just an ordinary mortal. He rises from the dead, clad in his burial kilt, confident that he’s been sent back for a reason. Dana is struggling to move beyond the tragic death of her lesbian lover while at the same time dealing with the daunting prospect of running the Burlington Gazette , the family newspaper. She dreams of branching out and thriving as a photographer. Luckily, her grandfather’s insurance policy is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and he’s only too happy to allocate some of the money to help his granddaughter find her passions. Travel with Dana as she traverses the country, capturing the spirit of America using the lens of her camera, much like Norman Rockwell did with his paintbrush. It’s a bittersweet journey on which she meets a beautiful Latina named Angelita Esperanza, and her life is forever changed.
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