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reneeriva July 21st, 2009 03:51 PM PST

Greetings from the author! :O)

If you'd like to read my books I would begin with "Saving Sailor" (finalist in AFCW YA awards --available at B&N, amazon etc) then go on to "Taking Tuscany." Book three, "Heading Home" will release April 2010. These are a fun, family, coming of age trilogy for ages 12-100. They are somewhat nostalgic as they took place in the 60's and 70's. For reviews check: The Romantic Times review under Inspiration May 2009, amazon reviews, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance reviews--all available on-line. I also have two picture books: Izzy the Lizzy and Guido's Gondola by WaterBrook/Random House. Thanks and Happy Reading!
Renee Riva

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Renee writes warm, humorous family stories that are appropriate for 10 years-adults. Mothers and daughters can enjoy these books together as there is a a lot going on between the mother and daughter in the books and it's a great way to connect with one another. One review said thier whole family read Saving Saior around the campfire outloud on a family campout. Even a 73 grandmother loved Sailor and is reccommending it to her woman's book club.

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