The girls finally learn the truth of what happened on a New Mexico reservation in 1973. In the conclusion to the series, all the pieces of the unsolved mystery are revealed. The stand-alone novellas can also be read in Chronicles of MatiLou PerryAnn box set to follow a thirty year journey through trials and hard choices, relevant to current times. Through it all, they always care for Mother Earth.
In 1973, Summer of Change, Perry Ann lost her parents in a tragic accident.
Then, in 1983, Summer of Hard Choices, PerryAnn and her best friend, MatiLou, pursued answers to what happened on that fateful day. A past love interest, Billy, who may have been involved, accosted PerryAnn, forcing her to make hard choices.
And in 1996, Alone on a Cliff, he continued to push PerryAnn to the brink of desperation. In 2003, Painted Moment, MatiLou grapples with her feelings for her husband Bobby and the price she pays to be with him, abandoning her true self and what she knows she was born to do. She struggles with wounds from bullying, injustice, and fear of losing those she loves.
Chronicles of MatiLou and PerryAnn, rich with gifts and lessons in the telling of the story, filled with suspense throughout, finally, in the end, uncovers long-awaited. Friendship binds through bullying, tragic loss, hard choices. Through it all, the girls work to save nature and this blessed Mother Earth, our home.
I am the author of Chronicles of MatiLou and PerryAnn. The stories demanded to be told. I am the storyteller. As the author, I tried to record the girls’ hope, what they felt and learned, much of their dialogue, and what they gained and lost along the way. Although fiction, their journey resonates with current times.