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Tomorrow night (10/5) is the 5th Annual Busker's Bash in downtown Salisbury, NC.
Read the story of how Alzheimer's touched my life and how it made its way into my debut novel.
Check in for some updates on the book festival season and some new YA Lit recs you will all love!
This is how it feels when you lose someone who's been battling Alzheimer's for nearly a decade...
Please enjoy this satirical perspective on the traditional private detective story…in flash fiction form. Special thanks to Literally Stories for providing the space to showcase my work!
Case File: Something’s Cooking Under Where?
6:58 PM: Dames play games with my head. They drive me to extremes. Run me off to sit in parking lots where the glow of the streetlamps glaze the top of my smoke rings in honey. Some dames disappear in the middle of the night. After twenty years. All because I was born to fight crime. All because I missed a few dinners, an anniversary or two, while out mopping vermin off the streets. Then she gets remarried, moves on with her life like I’m some speck of shit on the toilet rim that never spiraled down. I can only counter with three hundred sixty five canned chili dinners and a new leather duster. And now I’m about to attend my second class in an introduction to cooking course at the community college. I never dreamed there’d be a first, but canned chili only…
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Read what New York Times bestselling author, Amber Smith, had to say about my debut young adult novel.
Read what author, Ann Y.K. Choi, had to say about my debut novel.
I recently had the opportunity to read a copy of the very talented Gary France's debut novel. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of United drops in early February 2018 from FOW Books. Bottom line, I loved this book. CLICK HERE to read my review!
I've never been much of a poet, so I spend the vast majority of my time reading fiction. Don’t get me wrong. I love poetry. When done well, it provides us with an other-worldly form of communication. It channels human complexity through the lens of simplicity. But, for me, there’s just a level of comfort … Continue reading REVIEW: Maura Way’s Another Bungalow (Press 53)