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Imaginative Pieces for a Creative Space
As one looks around my newfound writing space, they are blanketed with inspiration by a couple of creative minds. Many have asked me, “What do those words on the ceiling say?” and some have inquired about my mother’s artwork. Today, I am going to share with you the story behind the art and the artists behind the quotes... CLICK TO READ MORE!
In the Throws of Edits
Every novelist will tell you that writing a book is the easy part. Editing it is the pits. When an author takes her imagination and free write her book without a scripted outline or any idea of where she is going, the story flows like jagged rocks tumbling down a mountainside and crashing into the… Continue reading In the Throws of Edits
Jodi Picoult’s Handle With Care
When Willow O’Keefe was born, her piercing screams tore through Charlotte’s heart as she entered the world. She was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, a severe case of brittle bone disease. A simple trip and fall would crack a rib or break a femur, and even in the womb she broke a few bones. In her… Continue reading Jodi Picoult’s Handle With Care
Kristin Hannah’s Angel Falls
When Liam Campbell’s wife, Mikaela, suffers a traumatic brain injury and slips into a coma, he is unprepared for the grief and devastating loss to his family. He sits at his wife’s bedside in hopes that one day she will wake up. Until he discovers a secret from Mikaela’s past that threatens to destroy the… Continue reading Kristin Hannah’s Angel Falls
Lurlene McDaniel’s Too Young To Die
Melissa Austin is a sixteen year old girl looking forward to the last two years of high school. She has studied hard in hopes to score high on her PSATs. Eligibility for a Merit Scholarship would insure Melissa could attend a college of her choice and become the lawyer of her dreams. But, the bruises… Continue reading Lurlene McDaniel’s Too Young To Die
The Joys of Rereading
My mother is a speed reader, and she has this uncanny habit of rereading her favorite books over and over again. She enjoys reading a couple of favorite authors, and she would often venture out of her comfort zone to read new and exciting books, periodically landing her a new favorite author. When I was… Continue reading The Joys of Rereading
Frank Peretti’s The Oath
Steve Benson is a wildlife biologist who learned of his brother’s gruesome fate among the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Now, he is out for the hunt of a grizzly bear blamed for his brother’s death. And, Deputy Tracy Ellis will lead him to the town of Hyde Valley and its sinister secrets. Steve discovers… Continue reading Frank Peretti’s The Oath
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