AFTER FOREVER ENDS – Novel, by Melodie Ramone

She is a wife, mother and author. First published in literary magazines at the age of twelve, she is a lifelong writer from the city of Chicago. A lifelong lover of music, she worked in the public relations sector of the music industry. She can be found delving into fringe Physics, reading anything she can get her hands on, knitting or writing her stories. Melodie Ramone opened the doors to her publishing company in 2012, and published her own novel (After Forever Ends), in the same year. Her second novel (Burning down Rome), is available on Kindle and in paperback.

After forever ends, an true love, faeries, friendship, loves lost and gained. Brushed off by her dad and orphaned by her mother, fifteen year old Silvia Cotton had lived a lonely life. That is until 1985, when her father moved the family from the Highlands of Scotland to the Midlands of Wales. It is there she was enrolled in Bennington, a private boarding school, and her regrettable life was changed forever. Locked into a fierce friendship, she found herself torn away from everything, she thought she knew. Silvia’s story could belong to anyone, but it is her own. She unravels the tangled web of her days, and how true happiness was never any further than her own back garden. After Forever Ends, is the story of a simple Scottish girl. It grows as the narrative character grows, so it moves from childhood to new adult, to adulthood and on to maturity.


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