I usually introduce myself by letting you know that my mother was Scarlett O'Hara and my father was John Wayne. I come from a family of eccentrics and visionaries, and my book BEAUFORT FALLS reflects my background and childhood in the Old South (Southern United States).
BEAUFORT FALLS (Alabama) is a mythical small town where nothing is what it seems. Lawmen there can't seem to solve murders, hitmen can't seem to kill anyone, and a determined little ghost and her lonely, abused child are tied together in the way everyone is linked in a small town, the ties that bind and strangle. Everyone gets what he or she wants, or deserves, in the end.
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I have a moderately boring life, but, like many people, I'm careful to follow my routine. For a while it was hectic, but with the slowing of the economy, I am finding one thing after another coming to an end. It's almost as if 2009 blasted in, with C H A N G E as its slogan, and nothing IS as it WAS. My schedule changed, eliminating the wonderful Westlake Library book group mid first Wednesday of each month. The same… Continue