Wright has been writing since 1988 and continues to prolifically produce new material. She has had countless short works published and has held positions with newspapers, magazines and ezines.
Wright grew up surrounded by folk tales and ghost stories of the Appalachian Mountains. Much of that colorful history influences her work today as well as provides much inspiration for a variety of genres.
This semi-autobiographical work is meant to provide parents a starting point for learning about autism and autistic spectrum disorders. It is a crash course in what to expect and common approaches that have benefited life with autism. The practical guide is impersonal and informal, perfect for those with hectic schedules or lives that demand efficiency.
They've shed the skin of that horrible former life. It's a new house and a new beginning with no substance issues. Madeline couldn't be happier with the blossoming stability and contentment, until... until that happiness ends with the discovery of an old moonshine still behind her house. A vivid reminder of the suffering they all endured.
They say he's doomed to run the train for eternity, and if you're caught, he'll take you with him. They say his only love was his precious Black Diamond. They say because of his cruelty in life, his death would be the cruelest imaginable. They say now he's merely a captain on a train that transports the devil.