Playing in the Rain is a suspense novel and Book 1 of the Escape Series trilogy. Follow the protagonist’s journey to remember who she is, where she is, and the clues to why.
The Other Side of Hell is a self-help book written as a first-person narrative that carries the reader through the true suffering of drug addiction, into the experience of enlightenment so as to make a deeper impression on the psyche that simple explanations of what enlightenment is.
Kathiz was born under a curse – like every first born Muzina child. Even though his mother should have slain him at birth, he survived, and now he must struggle to make his way in the world. Can a blo
My Life in a Nutshell: A Novel is the story of two people who don’t quite know how to live in the world: the man, Brian, because of debilitating anxiety; the girl, Abigail because of instability and abuse. This is their journey to learn from each other.
“An unusually full-bodied love story that will wrap itself around the heart of anyone who has been fortunate enough to experience life with a dog.” – Kirkus Review Featured Indie Author.
The award-winning novel, “The Grace of Crows,” is the story about an anxious woman and what happens after she reconnects with her childhood friend, Billy, now a homeless man living under a pier in Malibu.
“Radical Survivor” chronicles elementary school principal Nancy Saltzman’s extraordinary saga as a two-time cancer survivor who lost her entire family in a small-plane crash.
Sadie Navarro moves for the sixth time to a new home, only to find her Navy dad departing to Afghanistan for a year. To ease the transition, Sadie’s parents reward their twelve-year-old daughter wit
“Driving In Budapest” is a collection of stories about loss and love, despair and hope told against the backdrop of one of Europe’s most beautiful cities.
“The camaraderie of a small town is captured in all its glory in this story of rediscovered love, lies and deceit. Trust comes in small doses and is lost just as easily as the clever plot unfolds, especially when unusual characters provide surprises.” – RT Book Reviews, 4-stars