Reading is my passion, and writing is my escape. My tendency in storytelling leans toward realistic fiction with adult or young adult main characters.
I am willing to give feedback or help edit, just PM me or dedicate a chapter for me to check.
"No two persons ever read the same book."--Edmund Wilson
"We read to know we are not alone."--CS Lewis
"If a book is well written, I always find it too short."--Jane Austin
"After a good book. I have a hard time coping with reality."--Unknown
I have a truly eclectic taste in music. My personal choice has leaned toward pop songs that are fun to sing to...yeah, I'm a closet singer.
With the help from some very opinionated children, I also enjoy soul, indie, and rock...my husband brings country and jazz (and sometimes classical) to the mix. My friends get a kick out of creeping my ipod for tunes.
My first few books have interrelated characters, but can be enjoyed in any order. The list below is in order by timeline.
Like That: Where the story begins. Emily, a single mom of two moves home to find support as she heals her broken heart.
The next three stories overlap, taking a single event as a trigger to bring people together. If you want to read them with no spoilers...here's the order.
1. His One Request: Emily's oldest son Mason, now an adult working for his grandfather, moves to take care of his sister, but finds a new love in an old friend.
2. It's Not That Easy: Mason's sister, Addyson, comes home to attend medical school. Finding the strength to fight the demons from her past, she slowly takes charge of her own life.
3. To Serve and Protect: Emily's nephew, Holden, fights only himself as he tries to balance his love for a woman with his need to protect her.
Misadventures of Letting Go: Cutting herself free from a horrible marriage, Charlotte moves from City-Girl to the girl next door.
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- JoinedSeptember 18, 2012