The Littel Tale Of Wintering

THE SECRET OF THIS WINTER’S TALE HIDES IN PLAIN SIGHT December 2022; Littel Wade village, Dorset. In the four days leading to Christmas as dark nights fall, darker secrets rise. Seemingly impossible objects are discovered in a scrapyard that may be home to much more than just junk, while two friends try to unravel why their village is bereft of smiles, and how events of hundreds of years ago could change everything for one of them.The Littel* Tale Of Wintering is a story to be enjoyed as the ... [Read More...]

Rainbow’s Red Book of Poetry

‘Do yourself a favour: buy this, curl up in your favourite chair and read it, knowing you will come away refreshed.’Life is a complex thing. As social beings, we live side by side, sometimes in not-so-harmonious circumstances. This book celebrates love and tackling the challenges we face as humans. Control is not always ours. Keep learning. Keep growing. Be yourself. Do your best. Life is complicated, yet very simple.’These poems are layered and more formal — with an air... [Read More...]

A Taste of What’s to Come

Timeless in their relevance to people and the world we live and love in. . . . Lily’s realistic, but positive worldview shines.’Time stands still sometimes I wish it would, in the moments of joy, in the laughter, in the sharing, in the hugs. yet it moves on, endless, unceasingI try to capture the memories, and hold onto them forever.’All in all: a well-deserved 5 stars! My only criticism? I could happily read more poems by Lily!”Lily Lawson …. brings us a selection of acce... [Read More...]

My Father’s Daughter

My Father’s Daughter, a collection of poems ranging from light-hearted to heart-rending captures Lily Lawson’s thoughtful observations about life and love.’ An excerpt from Autopsy, -If, as time moves on, the words that I have shared remain with you, and call you back to read them once again my work is done. ‘This is a lovely collection of heartfelt poems which the reader can very much relate to. Easy to read, they leave you with a sense of careful optimism, and a feeling of hav... [Read More...]

Free: About a Girl

There were no cell phones. There was no social media. In the 1990’s everything was in person. Coming of age in Visalia, California was simple for Will; it was always about a girl. There was one girl in particular, though, that monopolized his thoughts. Her name was Hannah. She was the most beautiful girl that Will had ever seen. Will had a band with his friends, Rob and Chris. They had been playing together for two years and were reaching a point where they differed on the direction of th... [Read More...]

Late Life

Cooper Madison Series Book #3 Cleveland, Ohio. 2007. Cooper Madison, now fully recovered from Tommy John surgery, has rediscovered his passion for baseball and is once again regarded as the best pitcher in the game. His fastball has developed what experts refer to as having “late life”, making him more dominant against opposing hitters than at any point in his career. Coop’s love for girlfriend Cara Knox has never been stronger, but an unexpected tragedy threatens to rip them ... [Read More...]

A Dress the Color of the Moon

Prudence Aldrich is a sex addict. Five weeks ago, she checked into the Serenity Hills rehab center to prevent that addiction from ruining every important relationship in her life. Now Prue must face the trail of destruction she left behind, including mending the broken bond with her teenage son, finalizing the divorce from her husband, Nick, and using a newly learned set of skills to ward off her insatiable cravings for male attention—a compulsion that puts her friendship with lifelong pal Li... [Read More...]

The Man Who Screams at Nightfall…and other stories

“A powerful, gritty, and exquisitely written anthology —not to be missed.” – J. Miller, Reader’s FavoriteThailand. The Congo. Greece. Spain. America…Four continents and forty-plus years in the making. The Man Who Screams at Nightfall is a landmark collection of short stories depicting a young man on a classic voyage of self-discovery, wandering the earth in search of some purpose in life. From childhood to parenthood and everything in between—these tales are raw and un... [Read More...]

Bully 4 Love: A Rather Odd Love Story

NAMED A “FAVORITE BOOK OF 2021″BY THE MONTREAL TIMES! Adolphus Seruya is a happy, middle-aged, unambitious bachelor and History professor at a prominent community college. Then suddenly, SHE walks into his classroom. Lavinia Carson is beautiful in a unique yet compelling way. And radiant almost beyond description. Thus begins a rather odd story of love rejected, love ignored, love found—and cuttlefish pizza. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]