Sometimes, all it takes is a little perspective to help us pinpoint what’s really important in our lives. Take Gillian Felix’s debut novel, “Changes,” for instance: the book is about a teenager who must come to terms with her mother’s terminal illness by learning from a talented but troubled mentor. Even though the story is fictional, the message is universal, and it’s easy to imagine how one might be inspired by the book’s themes to reassess one’s own life choices.
The reader is immediately drawn into the “Changes” as it begins with a simple introduction to the characters. The reader can easily relate to the characters as they embark on a journey together which takes them through a range of emotions. Within the first chapter the reader can begin to understand the connection between the two main characters and how their situation is so different to everyone else.
“Thisis a read like no other. Welcome to the world of Soap Opera’s both literallyand figuratively.” C. Martin
“GillianFelix has written a nice serial to begin the series off with. It is like a soapopera similar to a cross between Melrose Place and 90210 witha more relevant twist to today like Pretty Little Liars.” Mel Loves Books
“Thisbook was amazing! If I had a star rating on my blog, I would give it fivestars! The characters, the situations the plot, all something that wouldactually happen in life!” Jovon Tucker, Book2Buzz
“I was quite surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. Ithought the author wrote well and it was easy to follow.” Pages of Comfort
“I see a huge following for this new series! I know I’m going to watch for more!” Dii, Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer
From the Author
Thank you for reading Changes the first book in the FamilyPortrait novel series.
I love love love getting responses from readers about thecharacters, storylines etc. This novel was intended to be a television seriesand is a labor of love for me. I am simply in love with these characters andlook forward to taking you on their journey.
You can contact me through my website, I’d loveto hear from you.
Your reviews matter, and if you’d be so inclined to leave areview on Amazon or wherever you bought the book, I would really appreciate it.