Twisted Love Triangle by Samantha Copeland

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Samantha Copeland

Samantha Copeland’s new book “Twisted Love Triangle” is a relatable whirlwind of events in a young woman’s life that leads from one heartbreak to another.

Recent release “Twisted Love Triangle” from Page Publishing author Samantha Copeland tells the story of a young woman from a very strict faith who ventures out into the big city, and through an unforeseeable series of events, embarks on a life of deceit and betrayal.

Samantha Copeland, a chef and single mother, has completed her new book “Twisted Love Triangle”: an influenced and gripping story of loss and being able to come back, stronger than ever.

“I have survived, and over the years I’ve learned not to sweat the small stuff. You may stumble and fall, but being able to get back up again is how I was able to gain strength, patience, and character.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Samantha Copeland’s empathetic story tells of a woman who travels to the big city after falling out with her close-knit family. There she falls in love with a married man and he leads her down a dark path of lies and deception. Soon everywhere she turns, from the love of her life to her friends, she is lied to, cheated on, and stabbed in the back. Her friends start to become more and more distant. The stress from the situation is so unbearable that it starts to jeopardize her health. She starts having panic attacks and the one person she thinks she can truly trust, uses her and takes revenge on her. This is one non-fiction story not soon forgotten.

Readers who wish to experience this inspired and engaging work can purchase “Twisted Love Triangle” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

To purchase the book, click here.

15 Things I Wish I Could Do Again When I Am Sick

  1. Breathe through my nose.
  2. Cough without sounding like a smoker.
  3. Smell things.
  4. Taste things.
  5. Sleep on a normal amount of pillows.
  6. Sleep in general
  7. Not choke on lung snot.
  8. Not make everyone worry that I have the cooties.
  9. Swallow without feeling razor blades.
  10. Sound like a human instead of a puppet.
  11. Get excited about things that are not tissue-related.
  12. In fact, not have to carry the guilt of using too many tissues.
  13. Remember what having energy feels like.
  14. Not having to wipe my eyes because they’re watering enough to make me look like I’m crying.
  15. Eat/drink/kiss without the panic that I may accidentally suffocate.

Book 1: Red by Glena Faye

PortBook 1: Red

Glena Faye

Book One: Red is the story of 16 year old Zelina, a fiery red head with memory loss and her friend Rune, a 16 year old boy full wit and fun.

Zelina has no memory of who she is or where she is from, she is taken to a home for orphaned children with memory loss and discipline problems, however there she sees things are not right, they are not as they seem.

Rune becomes quick friends with Zelina, he knows the truth of where they are from and why the orphanage, being run by three crooked people, is there. He slowly shares with Zelina some of the truth, explains her dreams are not dreams but are actually memories. Together they will find a way back where they belong, no matter the cost.

Full of magic, mystery and fun young adult readers will enjoy this three book series, where they will follow Zelina and Rune on their adventure to get back home. They will fight alongside them and cheer them on as they find more truths and finally return home.

This story is set in a small town in England, not too far from London. The second book shares more of their magical realm and the third book takes place in their realm, Ecardia, where the reader will see exactly where Zelina is from and how things are ran there.

To buy the book on Amazon, click here.

Dear New Friends,

How very wonderful it is to be welcomed into your home and into your lives.  I’m so grateful for the opportunity to get to know all of you!  Thank you for sharing him with me.


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