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Tattoo Granny
by Janice W Rawlins   

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Publisher:  Righter Publishing ISBN-10:  1934936839 Type: 


Copyright:  2011 ISBN-13:  9781934936832

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Do tattoo's really come alive? Jessie Sorrell's tattoo granny did on his 18th birthday. Why did it happen to him?

Jessie was excited to finally become 18 years old. He had plans on getting a tattoo of a hula girl, something he wanted all his life or the first day he seen a real life hula girl.

It was on his birthday his Grandma called him to come over, she had some news to tell him. She had a special gift for him. Jessie had two best friends and their names were Markus and Andy Breathalizer, which their dad owned a winery. They called Jessie on the phone that morning and asked him to come over they had a gift to give him. Jessie hurried out the door and jumped in his 1980 comprise station wagon his grandpa gave him before he passed away.

While he was at his two best friends house who were twins by the way.

Jessie had became side tracked with forgetting the time. He told his friends he had to get to his grandma's. Jessie pulled into the driveway of his grandma's house, only to see emergency cars everywhere, and ambulance with its flashing lights were on.

Jessie leaped out of the car and ran to the front door and pushed it open to find the room filled with people standing everywhere. His mom was crying and hs dad was staring out the big window in the living room. Jessie pushed his way through until he came upon a dreaded sight. His grandma was laying on the couch as a paramedic was putting away his equipment.

He glanced up and saw Jessie standing with a look of dis-blief. I am sorry son but we done all we could for her, she is gone. your granny had a heart attack.

Jessie could not believe his ears nor did he beleive she was truly gone as he walked over and sit down beside her.

He placed his hand over her's and held it tight as a tear from his eyes fell upon his grandma's face.

The paramedic came back and told him they had to take her, Jessie's face was blank as he watched them cover his grandma up with a white sheet and take her away.

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Reviewed by melissa moore 1/1/2012
Reviewed by jeanette Donald 12/20/2011
I bought this book after hearing all the reviews from other people who were at social events and several were at my church. Some of the members had bought copies of tattoo granny because it read about all ages, even mentioned the elderly one lady said. I thought it sounds a bit silly with a title called tattoo granny, but I will not judge a book by the cover so I read it myself.

Now I bought the book and read it and now I know why people were talking so much about this tattoo granny. This book is funny and the character's names cracked with their names. ( Breathalizers) Wow I thought. It caught my attention from the very first line after Jessie loved his grandma so much that when she passed away he placed a tattoo of her on his arm. What kid would do that? I wondered but I still had to find out why, so I kept reading to find out answers to all the questions in my mind."

Yes I wondered the same thing as his friends did. What about his tattoo would be there for the rest of his life even on his wedding night. I read more into this crazy funny comedy called tattoo granny a book I thought I would never read. It took me back to the time about my own grandparents who I miss dearly. Tattoo granny was not only ink in this story, she was becoming more real everyday and like she said "Everything happens for a Reason."

I would recommend anyone to read this book. It is funny and full of the wildest things as tattoo granny takes you on a wild you should give her a chance like I did. I was not fully convinced at frist till I started reading it."
Reviewed by beatrice willems 12/18/2011
Beatrice Willems Janice..finished reading your book...Granny Sublett reminded me of my 72 yr old Grandma..I loved the names in the"Breaththlyzer"..I found it to be very well written..intertwined with human emotion and love of family...Interesting slant on the "relationship with a spirit"...the Tatoo having a heart of gold..Good angle on the Fading tatoo and then finally disappeared...I especially liked the phrase..."Everything happens for a reason...Nothing stays the same..." So true in life... . Anyone can and will relate to the book.....nice ending..where he Tattoo returns for a last farewell..but (could come back..It was fun reading the book.. ....Again....Very good Job!! Congrat's.. greetings , Beatrice :))

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