I admit it. I started Slightly South of Simple before starting a Reading Challenge in January. The theme for January was a book related to your New Years resolution. Since I don't do resolutions, I decided finishing a book that was in my Kindle queue or on my bedside table, was close enough to a … Continue reading Slightly South of Simple – 2020 Reading Challenge
Photo by Ashley Knedler Here's another excerpt of my novel about Lacey Mays. You can find the first excerpt, here. You can find my other fiction, here. 2015 Whoever said you can’t go home again, forgot to pass that message on to Declan Jones. He called Lacey Mays three days ago. Scarlett Montgomery James, her … Continue reading Fiction Series ~ Lacey #2
When Lacey Mays was five-years old, just days before she started Kindergarten, her father killed himself. If anyone in the county had been asked, they would have said it was only a matter of time that either Bob or Donna Mays would have ended up dead. They fed more than one of each other’s addictions … Continue reading Lacey Mays
My novel, Chasing Hope, is about . . . hope, light, and healing after fighting your way through grief. It's about loss and renewal. It's about finding a family where and when you least expect it. I'm hoping to return back to my Sample Sunday tradition to end 2018 & head into a new & … Continue reading Hope When We Least Expect It
It is summer. Eastern Carolina is a sight to behold in the summer, even more so on the coast where the air is like a sultry, sexy Flamenco. It just seeps way down deep into your bones. The light in the early evening is like this living thing. It almost breathes. Deep. It wraps me … Continue reading Flash Fiction: The Hard Way
In June, in honor of the one year anniversary of my book being published, it was on sale. This month, I'm doing a little giveaway. Hop on over to my Facebook page for details & to enter!