This is a nonfiction, personalized story of a daughter’s journey starting with her family and childhood in a rural town in Southeast Asia in the throes of World War II. It describes her parents’ determination and struggles to send their children to college and ends with her caregiving experiences and insights that baby boomers and caregivers of their loved ones could benefit from.
Jack Henderson believes in the saying that a dog is a man's best friend, because his dog was his best friend, not only in life, but in death. As Jack's world is falling apart, Duke helps him pick up the pieces, and in the process, Jack learns a lot about himself and his family.
Carol and Nancy are identical twin sisters who discover the loves of their lives. They deserve happiness, after their sad childhood. They run into compilcations that they could not possible have seen coming, when the past catches up with the present.
The Greatest Gift celebrates the traditional Christmas Story
and reminds us of The Gift, which is The Christ.
My Favorite Christmas Things is a celebrated list that connects the human spirit as we reflect on the true meaning of this holiday. We celebrate the season, the colors, the lights and connecting with our loved ones as we reach into traditions of culture, religion and family.
This short, flash fiction starts with an open gate in a picket fence.
Closed, the gate guards the pathway to paradise. Open, it becomes an omen; a harbinger of death; a reminder of the horrors she has already survived. But now, instead of her husband, it is her children at risk.