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Once upon a time could ruin Jane’s life, or lead her to a happy ending she never expected. 

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    Jane Margaret Blake’s problem isn’t her drinking. Sure, she’s missing work, and forgetting she’s already fed her cat, who’s getting a little fat. But Jane’s real problem is the reason she drinks: she writes stories that come true and wreak havoc in her life.


    In her “fables” animals, people, angels, and the Universe itself conspire to destroy Jane’s last chance to be with her old love, or, just maybe, to bring her into the arms of a new love. Years ago, a fable pushed Jane’s best friend Charlie into marrying another woman. Now another fable shoves Charlie’s little boy in front of an angry dog - or worse, a wicked spirit bent on getting Jane and Charlie to face the truths they’ve spent a lifetime avoiding.


    As her drinking and writing spiral out of control, Jane must finally discover how to write her own happy ending.


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    You, Jane -ebook

    You, Jane -ebook

    Once upon a time could ruin Jane’s life, or lead her to a happy ending she never expected. 



    “Jane, is this another one?”

    Jane considered for a moment whether to stall Charlie further, but she knew it would be useless. “Yeah, Charlie. I think so.”

    “You wrote a fable about my son being attacked, and you didn’t tell me?”

    She could hear the anger building in his voice. “No, Charlie. I mean, yes, that’s what happened, but I didn’t know it was Jamie in the story. I didn’t, I swear.” Jane remembered it was the exact question—whose little boy is this?—she’d avoided asking herself at the time.

    “Jane, you need to get this under control. Don’t tell me, you went out to Molly’s bar and got smashing drunk again last night. That’s why I didn’t hear from you.”

    Jane hated it when Charlie guessed the worst about her and turned out to be right. “Molly doesn’t judge me.” She cringed at how pathetic she sounded. “Molly looks out for me, and he doesn’t care if I have one too many now and then.”

    Molly, full name Hugh David Mollone, was more than a great bartender. His kind soul co-existed with a wicked sense of humor. But Jane was wrong. Even Molly worried about how much she drank these days.

    “I don’t judge you either, you idiot. I’m afraid for you. Can’t you tell the difference?” Something clunked on Charlie’s end of the phone. “I’ve got to go. Don’t go out drinking tonight, okay? If you get the urge call me instead. I’ll talk you down.”

    “Charlie, I—”

    “I have to run, sorry. Call me later, okay?”

    Jane heard a click. “Charlie, I wrote another one,” she whispered into the dead phone. “This one might have a happy ending.”

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