During swim season you can find Marianne Sciucco, a dedicated Swim Mom for ten years, at one of many Skyline Conference swim meets cheering for her daughter and her team, the Mount Saint Mary College Knights.
Marianne is not a nurse who writes but a writer who happens to be a nurse. A lover of words and books, she dreamed of becoming an author when she grew up but became a nurse to avoid poverty. She later brought her two passions together and writes about the intricate lives of people struggling with health and family issues. Her debut novel "Blue Hydrangeas," an Alzheimer’s love story, is a Kindle bestseller, IndieReader Approved, a BookWorks featured book, and a Library Journal Self-e Selection. She also has two short stories available on Kindle, "Ino's Love" and "Collection.” A native Bostonian, Marianne lives in New York’s Hudson Valley, and when not writing works as a campus nurse at a community college.
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“What’s up?” I asked, my stomach now in knots as I realized whatever captured their attention had something to do with me.
Before anyone could answer, Justin exited the boy’s locker room. He summed up the situation in a second and asked, “What’s going on?”
They just looked at each other and then down at their phones as though hypnotized.
Justin approached Mel and grabbed her phone out of her hand. He stared at the screen, scrolled down, and looked at me.
“What is it?” I asked, trembling.
He handed Mel’s phone to me. “Where’s Jordan?” he asked as I took it from him.
I forced my eyes to look at the screen, afraid of what I’d see. It was a picture of my mom, wearing an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs, standing in what looked like a courtroom. My father stood beside her. How had this gotten on Jordan’s blog?
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