My Book Launch of my second novel, Good Buddy, with the Hope for Widows Foundation. Check out the blog post.
I was reading today about an older gentleman who, 35 years ago, was told that he had 6 weeks to live. Then he learned that dodged something serious and got a second chance. And he made the best of it. He lived, and is still living, his life to the fullest, having received the darkest … Continue reading Second Chances
There's a curse in my family. On the maternal side. The daughters are left without a dad...young. Not little kid young, but adolescent/young adult young. The daughters get to have their dads for their childhood. But not their adulthood. We are given the standards and the foundation of how to be loved by a man … Continue reading Three Generations of Daddy-less Daddy’s Girls
PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. When we hear this acronym, it usually accompanies a war veteran story, involving drugs or alcohol or violence or homelessness. Where I live, it is a highly common verbalized jumble of letters due to my proximity to Fort Bragg. The news continuously has stories about resources to help veterans … Continue reading The Many Colors of PTSD
Have you wanted to read my debut novel about a girl in North Carolina who grows up to be a woman in North Carolina? Well, there's a lot more to the story than that! Scout's Honor is a Readers' Favorite Bronze Medalist for Southern Fiction and was recently named a 2017 Eric Hoffer Award Finalist. … Continue reading Scout’s Honor only $.99 for one week!