Book Review – The Wrong Side of Twenty-Five by Dionne Abouelela

A story of self discovery while along a solo trip across the country, Blossom encounters both the simple goodness and desperate horrors in every day people of the present while also trying to escape from the hardships and toxic relationships of her past. Debut novelist Dionne Abouelela is a master at word-smithing and spinning a … Continue reading Book Review – The Wrong Side of Twenty-Five by Dionne Abouelela

The Collection: Flash Fiction for Flash Memory and Serendipity

On March 2nd, 2018, The Collection: Flash Fiction for Flash Memory by Anne Anthony and Cathleen O'Connor, PHD, was released to the world. I was honored to be a part of this worthwhile project, the brain-child of Anne Anthony. I met Anne in a roundabout way, first through an unsolicited Facebook message, back in the Fall … Continue reading The Collection: Flash Fiction for Flash Memory and Serendipity

Book Review – Queen by Suzanne Crain Miller

  Queen was an exceptional story about a young sheltered southern girl coming of age in the modern time and finding a friend in the most un-likeliest of people, Queen Mae Braxton, a recently transgendered male to female black woman who just moved, with her partner, into Murfreesboro, Tennessee.     The book is told … Continue reading Book Review – Queen by Suzanne Crain Miller