As Lost As a Northwest Alabamian in a Snowstorm:
A true humor story of the craziness that ensues in North Alabama when the word "snow" is even hinted at. Based upon life experiences of the author during her years in Alabama.
The Secret of Swan Lake
Thirteen-year-old small-town loner Katie Doran's parents will not allow her to swim in Swan Lake, but she doesn't really know why. A visit to the lake and a surprise meeting with a swimmer there could give her the answer. But it might be more startling than she bargains for...
A Question of Faith
Is it possible to write Christian horror? I think it is. I certainly make a valiant effort here. This is a combination of a horror story and a religious story. And the ending is a shocker. Of course, you won't know what it is unless you buy the story ;)
In Death's Face
Many theories exist about the afterlife fate of those who commit suicide. Yet no one knows for sure what happens, because after all, no one who has "successfully" committed suicide has ever lived to tell about it. "In Death's Face" explores that mystery in a rather unique way.
The Golden Wish
What seems like a simple story about a dying child's wish to see a unicorn turns into a story about the true source of a "golden" wish. A good message for adults and children alike.
Some people say that the greatest thing to fear is fear itself. But in many instances, the greatest thing to fear is the fear of the unknown. Judge for yourself in this story......
After two children entered Bat Manor and vanished forever, rumors of its being haunted spread faster than ever. Knowing that, would you go inside, alone, on Halloween night?
When Your Period Has You
Ways for a woman by a woman to combat endometriosis and/or general problems with severe premenstrual and menstrual syndrome
Online Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing And the Importance of Self-Marketing in Both
With all the online publishers that have sprung up in the last few yearssome legit and some notthe publishing world is filled with controversial theories on whether online publishing is "real publishing." Should writers publish their work in this medium? As I am an author recently published in print and electronic formats by an online publisher, more than one writer has asked me about the advantages and disadvantages of traditional versus print publishers, and ultimately, whether writers should submit their works to online publishers. My advice can go either way, dependent upon the individual's situation....
More titles still to come!
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I don't know if I can sweeten the pot any more than that, but I'm always open for suggestions, so if you have them, e-mail them to me! I'll be glad to give them some thought! Thanks!
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