JR, with four granddaughters, writes a successful blog, Connect the Dots. A sleazy challenger contracts a sleazy ghost writer to fabricate her life story. The granddaughters don't take this lightly. "Write your version and put a fork in the pretenders' plan," they insist. From the spirit world, JR's mother jumps in to help. In the twenty-first century, persons speak into their cells, and word text appears on the screen. Using many times more sophisticated technology, Marianna taps JR's memories, encouraging her to dream them, and then pours the dreams into JR's laptop. Morning after morning, as JR wakes from reliving life, there it is-in her own style-on her computer. Meanwhile, a psychopath, once a boy in JR's junior high, who had spent years in a mental institution obsessing about JR, is released and begins stalking her. With nostalgia, suspense, and humor, Connecting the Dots grabs the hearts of baby boomers, hits it off with young adults, and connects with the audience in between.
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|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781681186986 (DRM-EPUB)|
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