Book: Elephant In The Room by Diana J. Febrycategories: Book, Mystery, Friendship, Family Secrets, Step Families, Divorce, Self Reliance, Family and Trust
Diana J. Febryabout this book: I really enjoyed writing this book and I hope it shows. It is about friendship, family and trust but also self reliance.
Penny has suffered a nervous breakdown following the break up of her marriage which she had considered to be happy and stable. Feeling she has recovered she turns her back on her own issues and throws herself into the dysfunctional family of her new boyfriend. She thrashes around, full of good intentions in a situation she doesn't fully understand and ends up putting lifes as risk.
To finish the book I researched step families, especially the best way to handle resentment and jealousies between step children.
I chose the title because at every step the characters choose to ignore and side step the glaringly obvious problems. Because they find them too painful and difficult they involve themselves in minor issues instead.
I am particularly pleased with the cover of the book. I made the decision to leave the background plain white so there would be no distraction from the girl and the look on her face.
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