Posted by Ognian Georgiev
Colleen Donnelly’s third book Mine to Tell became her brightest literary jewel. The novel was released on August 25. Until now the title gathered almost 100 reviews with stunning average of 4.8 Amazon stars. “I was hooked on the first page”, “Best fiction novel I’ve ever read” and “Unique and fascinating way to tell a story,” are few of the readers’ comments.
Land of Books is happy to meet Colleen Donnelly. We are sure that you will share the feeling.
– Colleen, what is your book Mine to Tell about?
– Mine to Tell, at the heart of it, is about forgiveness, and I use the clash of family guilt and innocence to bring that out. Annabelle’s great-grandmother, Julianne, was accused of adultery by Annabelle’s great-grandfather. The family ostracized Julianne and for three generations never questioned the accusation. Annabelle, the first female born in the family since Julianne, doubts her great-grandmother’s guilt and sets out on a course that upsets her family and affects her own engagement so she can learn the truth.
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