Southern Living with True Grit

July 2nd, 2012

I’ve been asked to write something on the subject of “Southern Living” for what’s been titled The She Writes Southern Writers 4th of July Countdown Blog Tour. Phew, that’s a southern fried mouthful. But hey, here in the south we’re used to chewing on some real gritty morsels. And speaking of grits, let’s consider the […]

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New!! Just released for Kindle, iPad & other apps.

In a remote forest of northern Vermont, artist Katelyn Cross takes five women on a wilderness canoe trip where they hope to come up with ideas for saving their dying town. When the river turns wild, the women face the challenge of a lifetime and find that staying alive means saving themselves while being open to help from an unlikely source. Engaging, surprising, and fun!

In this story seven women of different ages navigate the stages of a woman's life. Of course there's also Katelyn's secret. A way she gets in touch with herself and her world when no one's around to bear witness.


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Page Truly and The Journey To Nearandfar

What if ... a girl and her tooth fairy flew away to the realm called Nearandfar and the girl discovered she had more power than the fairies?

Page Truly is on a mission. It won't be easy. There will be danger. Page will have to be very brave and very smart.

It all happens one night when a sassy tooth fairy brings a borrowed wand and a big attitude to Page's bedroom. She makes it look like a wand can do anything. That is until Page has to save Nearandfar, and discovers that a magic wand is only as powerful as the gifted one who knows how to unlock its secrets and use it wisely.

For ages 7 to 11.


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Foxy's Tale (The Reluctant Vampire Series, Book 1)

Foxy Anders, retail spender with no money to spare and former beauty queen with no man in her life, has a teenaged daughter, Amanda, who likes to blog secretly about her biggest problem - Foxy.

Foxy's assistant, shoe-fettishista Knot,can talk wealthy Washington A-listers into buying Foxy's antiques but can't seem to get his love life into the win column.

They're a quirky threesome to be sure, but when mysterious, bumbling, Myron Standlish arrives on the scene with a suitcase full of Yiddish-isms, he brings along his own set of problems, larger and stranger than all of theirs put together. Oy vey. How will Myron's personal journey affect their lives? Well ... that's Foxy's Tale.

 
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SHORTS are not just for summer

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