Karen Schwind is the former editor of and writer for The Conspirator, a literary magazine that first published authors Julie L. Cannon and Augusta Trobaugh, among others. Ms. Schwind has written essays for GA public radio and taught English at the University of Georgia and Truett-McConnell College. She presented sections of Her Life as She Knew It at the Southern Women’s Literary Conference and has a story in Christmas Stories in Georgia, published by the University of Mississippi Press.
Peter loves to watch his wife walk down the sidewalks of New York saying "How do you do?" and he loves the way she shines against the gray backdrop of the city. He hates to tell her that they can't afford movies every week and then watches anxiously as his friend Jake flirts with her. This tale, full of psychological intrigue, shows how an ordinary but clever man fights for his wife's respect.
For readers who believe that the best lives are built on the firmest foundations.
As Caroline fights to right the wrongs former friends did to her, she uncovers secrets that lay bare the shame of people she's known and loved all her life. In the end, she learns a lesson that only her devout Christian father could teach—about love, loyalty and letting go.