By Chantal Bellehumeur
Harmony Goodhumor didn't always get along with her younger sister Katherine, but the girls became close after
their mother's death. When Harmony moved to another city for university, she missed Katherine very much.
The girls tried to be there for one another as best as they could whenever a personal problem would occur, but
there was only so much they could do for each other.
There came a time when Harmony started feeling depressed and alone.
One summer, Harmony decided to go visit Katherine in her new home. During her short trip to Moncton, New
Brunswick, Harmony did more than just spend time with her sister and something
unexpected happened during an excursion.
When Harmony returned home, she started missing Katherine again as well as other
loved ones. But, during her moment of blues she makes the realisation that she is not as alone as she feels.
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March 19 2104 archived issue of The Suburban Newspaper. Article written by Walter Lyng focused on my feel good novel "Not Alone"