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About Sandy Brannan
Sandy Brannan, an English teacher who spends her spare time reading to her grandchildren, is the author of Becoming Invisible, her debut novel, as well as So Much Stays Hidden and Masquerade. She recently finished a children's book which is now in the capable hands of a talented illustrator. She is currently writing a new novel, Frozen in Time, as well as Loving Legacy, the sequel to Becoming Invisible.
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Books By Sandy Brannan
Frozen in Time Dec 19, 2020
Kayleigh Wilson loses her firefighter husband Robert in a freak accident. She struggles to understand the glimpses of his past that are revealed to her through her dreams. Will she finally find peace or will what she learns about her husband destroy the memories she holds so dear?
Masquerade Jun 28, 2020
Cassie Anderson, the only child of ultra-rich Jack and Elaine Anderson, appears to be living the dream. She knows the truth better than anyone. Will her escape from their home cost her much more than she ever imagined? And where does the mystery man she knows as "M" fit in? Will Cassie ever find happiness, peace, and love?
So Much Stays Hidden Jan 25, 2020
When Aaron and Jenna fell in love in college, they had no idea how their decisions would affect their future. Years later, while still trying to make sense of their past, they are each forced to come to grips with what happened to them as a young couple, while attempting to reconcile who they were with who they now are.
Becoming Invisible Sep 19, 2019
As Ella nears the end of her life, she struggles to find peace. An old box of photographs, which has been hidden in her closet for years, takes her back in time to where her memories have held her hostage for so long. Remembering her daughter Catherine, although painful, turns out to be just what Ella needs.