Splash of Color with Cherry Blossom

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 Enter the world of Berry Sweets where oddly colorful folk much like yourself reside, leading ordinary, sometimes extraordinary lives. And in the busy little town of Sugar Valley, the Chiffon family seems to be leading a sugary sweet life.

All Cherry Blossom Chiffon ever wanted was to feel part of the family. Growing up with pink-and-white brothers, sisters, and parents, purple Cherry is constantly reminded of how different she is from the rest of the pink-and-white perfection of her family. Despite being constantly tormented by her sisters and big brother since she was small, Cherry knows deep in her heart that someday she will find her place.

One day, Cherry learned the truth about her family’s past. With the truth exposed, Cherry finds some answers but also finds more questions. As Cherry tries to accept the past, live the present, and hope for the best for her future, life takes more unexpected twists.

How will a purple ever fit within pink walls?

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About the author

 Berry was born on a bright and sunny day in Modesto, which turned out to be the perfect complement to her creative and fun loving personality. She was raised in Ceres, a small and unassuming town, which guided her to find ways to use her creative and imaginary mind to enhance her life. As a child she enjoyed writing, drawing and coloring outside the lines. Berry was an only child, and she believes that this only enhanced her imaginative skills. It was a skill that her parents wholeheartedly embraced and encouraged. Born with a trusting heart and love for her family and friends, she absorbed the life lessons around her, learning compassion and understanding for others. That compassion led Berry to her career as a Yoga instructor. Dreams have always been top priority in Berry’s life and that has served her well. By following her yoga philosophy she met and married her amazing husband, and another one of her dreams came true. With his love and complete support, Berry was able to realize another dream of hers; writing a book to help share her stories of love and friendship. She hopes that people will see love wins out, and our world can be a beautiful and colorful place to live. Nothing is ever black and white.

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Publisher
Page Publishing Inc
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Published on
Jul 29, 2014
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Pages
254
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ISBN
9781628385519
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / General
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This content is DRM protected.
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