A writer by nature, Debra Kraft has never experienced a time in which she has not written, although she has taken a meandering path to publication. Her background includes a fine arts degree and work as a junior- and senior-high school teacher before landing in an automotive industry position in the field of quality management. She has had the good fortune to travel fairly extensively, finding inspiration in Japan, England and Mexico, as well as a variety of places within the United States and Canada.
Questions, unquestioned discoveries, and answers in parable and rhyme….
This collection records a journey starting with a 1960s retrospective and the first man on the moon, moving to a new millennium welcomed in with a terrorist spin, family crises, and the games we humans play…knowingly or not.
In the end they'll all be dancin'--all them ones that didn't die.... Dance with me in the shadows amidst the lightning and the thunder, and all that nu-cu-lar debris. See the big bang from the other side, and then open that cellar door. Go down into the basement where creatures older than time lurk in dark corners. And imagine if the world could end with a single, simple sigh. (Premium Edition)
When he gave no name, she called him Mozart, a muse to her research, maestro to her passion. But her Mozart had a dark hunger, and her research made it darker still. Now Dr. Melanie Morgan is facing judgment from an equally dark—and equally mesmerizing—stranger.
Prince Charming in a Detroit warehouse? That's nothing! It's the throne that'll throw you!
After a ragged Prince Charming is freed from his crystal ball prison in a Detroit warehouse, two women discover dreams don't have to be fantasies -- and with enough elbow grease, anyone can create a kingdom.
Armageddon. There are as many stories about how it will happen as there are cultures on Earth. What if it started to happen, and then, just as startlingly, stopped? And how would you respond if someone told you he was responsible for stopping it? Here’s a thought: have a seat; grab a cup of coffee or tea; and settle back to listen to his story. Then decide.