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Found this posting on another forum. I am a big fan of this author so I thought I would share.

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Author Melanie Lynne Hauser continues to offer this heartwarming story about two women, a friendship, and a pie as a thank you to readers.

"JUMBLE PIE is the story of the elusive nature of friendship, sometimes clinging, other times liberating; a story for any woman who has ever lied to her best friend just to make her feel better - and who has been brave enough to tell the truth, even when it hurts. And of course, it's a story about the remarkable healing power of pie."

Please visit http://www.melanielynnehauser.com/JumblePie to request a copy.

Recent Reviews:

http://www.kaysbookshelf.com/2009/01/jumble-pie-melanie-lynne-hauser.html

http://j-kaye-book-blog.blogspot.com/2008/12/book-review-giveaway-jumble-pie-by.html

http://estellabooks.blogspot.com/2008/07/jumble-pie.html

http://thoughtsonthearts.blogspot.com/2009/01/jumble-pie-by-malanie-lynne-hauser.html

http://www.librarything.com/work/5923384/reviews

Jumble Pie is available free in PDF format by visiting the author's website (www.melanielynnehauser.com/JumblePie) but is also now available on Kindle (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001O5CLV6?tag=mellynhauaut-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=B001O5CLV6&adid=05R0JV6MMN86NW7MCM56&)

Penguin is working on Kindlizing their backlist...Melanie's 2nd novel, Super Mom Saves The World became available this week (http://www.amazon.com/Super-Mom-Saves-the-World/dp/B000SEH2HC). Confessions of Super Mom should be available shortly.

 

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Thank you for posting this!  :)
 

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Received my free copy. The first page simply cracked me up!

"IN THE BEGINNING, there was the pie. The pie was without form and texture (and any manner of identifiable filling), and darkness was upon the face of the Home Ec Teacher.
And the girl said to her cooking partner, "Let there be chocolate chips," and there were chocolate chips. And the girl saw that the chocolate chips were good, and mixed the chocolate chips with the cherries (and the Karo syrup). The girl called the pie Jumble Pie."

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Thank you.  Another author to add to my list in Notepad to keep an eye on. 
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