Get my first literary collection that includes all three of my published novellas, and several poems. It is what I made it.
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I wrote and published my first book “Telling Hands” after looking back on my life growing up in the Deep South and seeing a story. Using my observant ‘moment-collector’ skills became important after a near fatal experience and memory loss. It was only after examining my life closely and writing it all down did I realize my love for writing. The book was basically written as a long letter to myself. I could see the beauty in it, clearly, so I decided to share it with the world. Many people have asked if I will write a sequel. I don’t know if I ever will. To me, I am living it.
“Can a woman ever truly reveal all her mysteries?”…….
More Than Nothing
“More Than Nothing” is a psychological thriller based in present day. Luke moved across the country looking for opportunity. Now, he has lived himself into a corner. Will Ella be the answer? Can she save him? In these uncertain times, no one knows the answer.
Note from the author:
William Wordsworth advises writers to fill their papers with the breathings of their heart. In the case of writing this psychological thriller, I had just come off the heels of reading Moises Naim’s bestseller “The End of Power” and studied over different reactions to the current state of the world. On first look, the book “More Than Nothing” has the appearance of being just another story, but the character’s within are representative of different sections of the population whom react to the same state of society in differing ways. Writing this novella was quite the observer’s experience.
“This was a wonderful novella! It had a great plot and left me longing for more!” -Heather
The Music of the Stars
Clair and Trent grew up together gazing at the California stars and were the best of friends. Life tried to separate them but fate had another plan. This love story written in the stars was inspired by Pink Floyd lyrics and an Einstein theory, giving it a magical quality seemingly spun out of stardust itself.
I hid some of my own thoughts about the physics and the string theory in this tale. I explain in the Paradox Blog, in three parts. Here’s the first: String Theory Part One