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Publisher Weekly and Cowlicks & Freckles

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Cowlicks  is the first book in the Tanglewood Children’s Series

Using one’s imagination can help you succeed!

Listed in Publisher Weekly February 27, 2017 issue.

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Book One

Involved in an accidental murder, mother and daughter change their identities in order to outwit the Law, or so they think. Joining eleven other women and their children on a long and tenuous journey across long stretches of natural terrain, the women must learn to adapt and survive the wilderness.

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Book Two

Now caught in a three-way love triangle, KC Callahan must decide how she wants her life to turn out for the sake of her daughter, Fawn.

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Book Three

The unthinkable happens, and issues of forbidden love, mortality, and child rearing come into play.  Will all the women and their children survive? Will they make it to Oregon? Will Fawn ever see her mother happy and at peace?

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Robin Garland is a Judge in the 2015 San Diego Kids International Film Festival Screenplay Contest

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