Book: Where Do I Belong by Donna Lee Comercategories: Book, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Fiction, Drama, Orphanage, Catholic, Murder, Detective, Chicago, Mystery
Donna Lee Comerabout this book: This is the fourth book I have written. I started reading when I was in grade school, and am an avid reader. The world that opens up to you when you get lost in a good book is unending.
I came from a large family, eleven children, and we have always been close. In 2005 I lost my oldest sister Gloria to ovarian cancer. She was my best friend and we talked every day, and it left a big hole in my life. One day I thought to myself that I would like to try writing. I could hear my sister say, "Life is short and if you want to do something, at least try it." So that led to my first attempt and I found that the book flowed easily.
Since 2010 I have been blessed to find that my readers are faithful and I can say that I have found that writing has fulfilled that hole for me.
This book, Where Do I Belong, is about Kara, who was orphaned at the age of three weeks. She was raised by Catholic Nuns and always longed to belong to someone. At the age of 15 she was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Nolan. She tried to please the Nolans and after six months she is accused of a crime she didn't commit and she meets Miss Jane who takes her case and grows to love Kara. The journey for Kara is an uphill battle.
Each of my books are written without vulgar language or sexual content. I write about true life and the lessons I have learned. Thank you to all my readers, and they are what makes an author continue writing and when someone asks, "When is the next book coming out?" it keeps me working and hopefully the stories that I write about will continue to bless all the ones that take the time to read them.
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