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Thing is, I make up stories. Yes, my mother always said to tell the truth. But, I have an excuse. Characters whisper their stories in my ear, now what else can I do but write them down and share? For the record, my mom listens to my stories, so I guess she's forgiven me for telling a tale or two.
Carol's a wife, mom and grandmother. She's won numerous awards and published in short stories and one novel, A Smoky Mountain Christmas. She lives in the sunny South with her husband who patiently awaits his time away from her writing. Carol has an amazing son, who is a remarkable writer, a wonderful daughter-in-law, and is blessed with two awesome grandchildren.
She loves a great story that makes her think about the problems life throws at us and how we react. She believes in happy endings and thinks they happen with commitment, understanding, forgiveness, love, laughter, giving, sacrifice, and being unafraid to expose one's inner self.
Humor is a big part of her daily routine, because if she can't laugh at herself, then she has a boring day. Yes, she laughs a lot!
Carol is a member of Southeastern Writers, Romance Writer's of America, and Georgia Romance Writers.
on March 27, 2012 :
Lighthearted fun that hits the spot. Another winner.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Dec. 05, 2011 :
A super Christmas story. A city girl with zero domestic skills finds herself lost and stranded in the mountains and is rescued by a guy with serious survival skills. The fun is watching the two of them try to accommodate each other. She too independent to let on that she's incapable and he tries hard to be the gentleman that he was raised to be. But it's Christmas so they both try to give the other something even though they have nothing to give a stranger. It's a funny, sweet read and I found myself screaming, "Just kiss her! Really kiss her."
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Nov. 04, 2011 :
A Smoky Mountain Christmas is a delightful read. Two quirky, misfits on the rebound accidentally wind up stranded together in an isolated place. Over the course of a few days, they grow to appreciate each other and lose their hearts in spite of seemingly overwhelming odds. Two more dissimilar characters I’ve never met, but they are able to grow together and find that the other is exactly what they need to heal their past hurts and become whole again. A sweet feel-good story for the holidays.
(reviewed the day of purchase)