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I Read / Write: Chick Lit, Short Stories, Thriller, Crime / Mystery, Memoir, Non-fiction, Romance, inspirational, Instructional, Series


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Sandy Appleyard

Niagara Falls Ontario Canada

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About me

Some have said that if you see me on the street (usually with a book in hand or a laptop fired up), I appear a cold, hard-fisted person.  However, once we’ve spoken for five minutes or less, you’ll have laughed at least once.  That is, provided you appreciate sarcastic, self-deprecating wit.

If you're interested in more than the abridged version of my bio, you can click here.

Here are my books:

A serial killer, a stock broker, and a police chief‘s daughter clash in this mysterious tale of greed and love.  Michael is forced to choose between his most precious asset and the love of his life, when a serial killer tries to take what matters most to him.  Police Chief Mark Tame and his team hunt for clues with Michael’s help, when they realize that the killer is linked to Michael.  Jessica has the love and protection of both men, but will that be enough to keep her safe?

‘Don’t Mess with Daddy’s Girl’ is a romantic suspense, and is book two in my police procedural series.  This book is a dramatic tale of passion and love mixed with a classic cop story.  It is a novel that can be enjoyed by both genders; whether the reader wants a whodunnit-style mystery, an edge-of-your-seat thrill, or a heart-warming conclusion, they’ll find it here.

To view this book on Amazon click here.

Do you have kids? Do you sometimes want to send them to their bedroom until puberty? And other times, do you want to hug them until they burst?

What about those moments when they say something so innocent and incredibly cute or hilarious that you wish you had a pen and paper so you could remember it?

Well, that’s exactly what I did. My children have given my husband and I so many gifts, but the most precious has been laughter. I made a record of each funny or cute thing that they said since the moment they could speak.

It’s all here in this short yet unforgettable ‘Kids Say The Darndest Things’ style memoir.

No thanks, Mommy, I peed yesterday is a witty, side-splittingly funny comedy that can be enjoyed by both young and old.

The humorous comments, explanations, and kid-thoughts will stay with you for years to come!

To view this book on Amazon click here.

They were deeply in love, their days and nights filled with scintillating romance and passionate love making—even after 20 years of marriage. Then fate delivered a hammer blow when a heart attack led to Mark’s impotency and Shelley’s unbearable frustration.

Encouraged by a friend, Shelley becomes flirtatious and unfaithful, finding those moments of glorious intimacy for which she hungered with another man. Mark, a police chief, suspects nothing as he channels all his time and energy into tracking down a serial killer.

But when the murderer leaves a terrifying final clue too close to home, only Shelley can solve the case.

To view this book on Amazon click here.

Victoria’s life is a jigsaw puzzle. Her nightmares, unfeeling mother and a secret picture of her sister are the puzzle pieces. The ghost of her nanny and her best friend begin to help her put the puzzle together.

A near fatal accident reveals one of the missing pieces, but will Victoria solve the puzzle in time? Blessed with the love of her life and betrayed by the secrets of her past, Victoria finds herself torn.

This is a novel about unexpected love, forgiveness and letting the past shape, not dictate your future.

To view this book on Amazon click here.

This is a memoir on living with a back deformity called Scoliosis.

Diagnosed with Scoliosis at age twenty three, there was little doctors could do to help her. She was faced with daily discomfort or pain, fear, and not knowing what future complications the medical condition would bring.

The author illustrates to the reader what the last twelve years have brought her in dealing with her deformity. Against the perceived odds; she started a career, birthed two children, went through several specialists, clinics and therapists, wrote two books and fought for disability.

This book was written for anyone who is challenged with daily pain, and would like some help emotionally with how to make the best out of life despite it.

To view this book on Amazon click here.

My father was an alcoholic all his adult life, and the disease took his life at the age of forty-one. When I was ten years old, I became exposed to alcoholism.

This book describes what I saw, my reactions to it, and how each situation made me feel. Most importantly, this book illustrates how these factors shaped who I am today. It also focuses on the experiences of others in my life and how each coped with their own alcoholic family member.

Included in this section is helpful advice from each person to those who may also be touched by alcoholism. I also share with the reader some of my poems that I have written to help me deal with my past and explain the significance of each.

To view this book on Amazon click here.

For more info on my books and forthcoming titles please visit my website by clicking here.

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