Weeds

Where does one go when they're truly unwanted? For Becky, it was anywhere but home. 'Weeds' is the heart-breaking story of a woman's struggle to find where she belongs, and the people she touches along the way.

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About Ruth McLeod-Kearns

Ruth McLeod-Kearns is a novelette author whose heavily descriptive writing reflects her experiences with motherhood, trauma nursing and heart-breaking loss.

Born in Colorado in 1963, McLeod-Kearns and her family often relocated throughout the United States until settling in California’s Central Valley.

Graduating from Southern Adventist University’s nursing program, McLeod-Kearns’ speciality in trauma led her career, spanning over 25 years, through some of the largest emergency departments in the nation.

Although her nursing career ended in 2009 following a foot injury, McLeod-Kearns finally had the time to pursue her dreams of becoming an author.

Since June of 2013, McLeod-Kearns has self-published 9 novelettes through 5 major retailers in several countries. Her ebooks are compiled into a series entitled, “30 Minutes or Less”, and are designed to be read in under half-an-hour.

Asides from writing, McLeod-Kearns enjoys spending time with her wife and 3 boys, the Los Angeles Dodgers, and reading. She currently resides in Central California and works full time as an author.

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