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Lurlene McDaniels makes me want to cry. Half because her stories are, of course, tear-jerkers and half because her books are so good. I disagree with the title I do want to cry! So lovely and sad and wonderful. This is the end of the Dawn Rochelle series.
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When Dawn is free from her cancer, she can't get it out from her mind the fear of cancer returning. Dawn has been through alot, she went through a bone Everyone loves a good cry, and no one delivers heartwrenching stories better than Lurlene McDaniel. But there's more to her books than that.
McDaniel has written over 40 novels about kids who face life-threatening illnesses, who sometimes do not survive. These are powerful, inspirational stories about courage, love, and strength in the face of overwhelming trauma. Her following is a devoted group of appreciative fans. McDaniel says: "These are books that challenge you and make you think.
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They want answers. These are powerful, inspirational stories about courage, love, and strength in the face of overwhelming trauma. McDaniel's books touch the hearts and spirits of the teenagers and adults who read them. Her following is a devoted group of appreciative fans. McDaniel says: "These are books that challenge you and make you think.
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They want answers. They want to know 'why.
McDaniel began writing about young adults when her son Sean was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes at the age of 3. His illness changed the lives of everyone in her family forever.
She says she found that writing about the trauma and its effects was therapeutic. To make certain that her books are medically accurate, McDaniel conducts extensive research. She interviews health care professionals and works with appropriate medical groups and hospice organizations, as well as the Tennessee Organ Donor Services. Eventually her family settled in Florida.
She now lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In addition to her popular YA novels, McDaniel has written radio and television scripts, promotional and advertising copy, and a magazine column.
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