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"I just finished reading Wrong In All The Right Ways and I was blown away. Each chapter was an adventure worth reading. I was so proud of you Tiffany Brownlee for doing such a great job on this book.As a writer myself, I can say that you have done a great job in showing how to be a successful author. You have the ability to create an unforgettable story, and that is what I will be doing from now on."
WRONG IN ALL THE RIGHT WAYS is the fictional story of a girl from Brownsville, TX named May who is an outcast, with eyes so dark that no one can see her true self. She has been told she is deaf, and that her parents are dead. May was raised by her elder sister, Kim. At age 19, Kim marries a well-off man named Jack. He dies in a car accident after he is having an affair with May's teacher,
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