Book Spotlight: My Life As I Knew It by Brenda Thornlow

My Life As I Knew It
by Brenda Thornlow

About My Life As I Knew It
What would you do if you were sent back in time for some unknown reason? When Brianna wakes up this morning she will be faced with that very question. Brianna lives in New York with her husband, the love of her life, Greg. She's happily married, has a great job, travels around the world and this year will be celebrating her birthday in style. Until the morning she wakes up in an apartment 3,000 miles from where she and Greg live, and seventeen years in the past! Returning to a life she hoped she would never have to think about ever again, much less relive!

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About Brenda Thornlow
Brenda Thornlow started writing at a very young age, mostly as an escape from the real world. It is something she has done on and off throughout her life, but she never went so far as to actually try and get published.

She started her latest story, My Life As I Knew It, around three years ago. She was on a roll with it until she allowed life to get in the way. She is now officially picking up where she left off. It is the first book of a series on which she's working.

Brenda came up with the premise for this story while undergoing some pretty harsh challenges in her personal life. As mentioned before, she always liked writing as a means of escape. While going through these particularly tough times, she had a moment when she thought about what it would be like to go back in time and do certain things differently...which she's sure almost everyone has thought about from time to time. She sat in front of her keyboard one morning, thought about what she would do if she had that chance and went from there.

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