C. L. Heckman, a small-town writer from Pennsylvania, grew up with a love of words. At the age of eight, she wrote her first song lyrics, and put them to a piano melody she had created. At the age of eleven, she began to write poetry, and entered her poems in many competitions around the U.S.
Drifting from writing, she spent nearly twenty years riding and showing Arabian horses, and has multiple Regional Championship titles to her name. However, unable to leave the dream of writing behind, she continued to write any chance she got in the hopes of one day accomplishing her dream.
When a high school history teacher advised her to be a writer, she ignored him, assuming that it was a far-fetched goal. However, almost a decade later, she finally took his advice and has now self-published her first novel, Charlie's Pond.
Heckman, a stay-at-home mom to her beautiful daughter, is currently working on her next novel, as well as a few short stories. She states that when she is old and gray, she will tell her grandchildren about her biggest accomplishments, knowing now, that her books will be one of them.
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on Oct. 08, 2017 :
I like mystery novels. I got carried away with Jo and Sky’s characters, made me want to slit George myself, good for nothing boyfriend of Sherry. I was so pissed at him. But I want to know the detail who killed him, I know it’s Sherry. Did she found out about what happened to Skylar? The story is just too short for me when it was getting exciting to read for more lol. And who whispered to Jo? Nevertheless, it was a good read. Hope to read the next mystery novel after this one.
(review of free book)