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I am a laid back 70's chick who loves to write and am the bestselling author of ten books.
As Lisa V. Proulx (my real name), I write horror, inspirational, and non-fiction.
As Veronica Moreau, I write erotic romance with a rock and roll edge.
I have been a feature writer and columnist for my local newspaper for 15 years and I have raised Rottweilers for almost 16. I am a former belly dancer who loves to cook, bake and work in my garden. I am also an inspirational speaker.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! ♥
Top Customer Reviews
During the 50's my father was an alcholic a coal miner we were very poor. I can relate to the feelings of virgiee. After my father died I had to forgive him for how we were raised. This book was like reliving my life over except for my mother she was
A wonderful mother the book was a very good read.
(Pikeville) the story really drew me in. Have a lot of questions would love to ask the author. Unfortunately a lot of the hardships the main character experienced were and probably still go on. Since cold industry is disappearing in the the region, no factories or new industries moving, it is experiencing hardships. This was a wonderful story ,did not realize setting for the book would be my families home town.
I greatly enjoy reading memoirs and usually don't give bad reviews because I realize the story is the author's life but this one is so badly written. I understand that the book was written based on journals left, etc but really. This one could have been so much better!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A real page turner. Kept me wondering what would happened next in this strong women's life. The details kept me reading.Published 9 days ago by Alycia B.
Very well told story. I found it hard to put down. I could visualize the holler Virgie grew up in. Such a heartbreaking childhood.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Virgie's Mom was a remnant of the plantation society of the antebellum South. Her father, grieving for his dead wife, lost what remained of his family's wealth, and distributed his... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mame