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Andy Andrews Penned a Manuscript That Changed My Life

The Traveler’s Gift traveled from the page to my heart.

Tan suitcase with two books and sunglasses on top.
Photo by Amy Shamblen on Unsplash

Several years ago, while browsing a used-book sale at my local library, I came across a little book that caught my eye. I thought the Travelers’ Gift was about travels of the past. I was right, sorta.

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Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker is a great-grandmother, creator of Middle-Pause, STOMP!, MPM Publishing, and editing a 4-book anthology. Contact her at middlepause51@gmail.com.

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