Posts Tagged ‘family drama’

#BagLady Book Reviews: FIRST THE THUNDER by Randall Silvis

#BagLady Book Reviews: FIRST THE THUNDER by Randall Silvis What a life. Read books. Eat. Sleep. Read more. Write. Write. Edit. Read another book. I’d say a blessed existence. Especially, since I’ve recently offered up giving book reviews as #BagLady Book Reviews. So, on we go with the next installment of #BagLady Book Reviews: FIRST…

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SHORT FILM OF MOON SPYER

SHORT FILM OF MOON SPYER A few months ago, I entered my latest (unpublished) novel entitled MOON SPYER in a contest hosted by Novel Writing Festival. They wanted first lines. MOON SPYER’s being: “The worst thing didn’t happen until the next day.” It placed as one of the winners and went on to get a…

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Angry Letters

Angry Letters Four. We hid four angry letters. She and I did. Under a rock. Safe from anyone’s eyes. Our secret. Safe between us. Pain gouged deep in the spaces between words, squeezed between final words and exclamation points. Boils pussing out of each strike of the typewriter key. Bitter held decades long. Back to…

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Writing A Novel Within Three Months

As I sit here screaming profanities at news reports on the TV, I am having weird juxtaposed feelings of joy about writing a novel within three months. Suffice to say, it’s another tricky day in politics but after finishing the writing of my latest novel with a working title of MOON SPYER, the news seems…

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MOON SPYER

MOON SPYER Moon Spyer is my latest work in progress novel. I love this story. It’s a heartbreaking tale about a family torn apart by the death of a child. The genre will be young adult and family drama, with a smidge of magical realism tossed in for good measure. As I near the end…

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The Troubled Brain

THE TROUBLED BRAIN – Sifting through the Ashes of Alzheimer’s Today, in The Troubled Brain, I can finally say, I remember some things during nearly three-and-a-half months when my brain blocked out what happened after Mom died. They lump this phenomenon into PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder. Also, instead of writing it prose-style, I listed it…

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