An excerpt from Laurel Falls

As a younger woman, Edith had been stunning in her beauty. Once blonde, her hair had yellowed, with silver streaks. Once red stained, her full lips were now puckered and colorless. Her brilliant blue eyes were now gray and dull. As she aged and began to have health problems, she refused to have her photo taken and refused to look in a mirror. She couldn’t see the inner beauty that came out when she smiled. In her vanity she only saw that she was no longer worthy of being loved.

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About Karen Kincel - Author

I am an author. I am an advocate for Mental Illness Awareness and Animal Cruelty. I have two grown boys, a cat, and a horse, err....a Labmeraner (Lab/Weimeraner). I live with my husband in Panama City Beach, Florida. I am in love with laughter, and a mother who would rather die than see my kids suffer. Family is huge to me. Writing is my therapy, my catharsis, my escape. I hope you enjoy reading my books as much as I enjoy writing them!
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