I pay my bills by working as an administrative assistant for the Wauwatosa School District. I've been there for over a decade. My free time is spent working on my house that I share with my sister and best friend Karen, who is also my biggest fan.
I have an associates degree (almost) in Building Preservation, that I received from Belmont Technical College. I spent five years in Chicago. Three years as a student and two years as a full-time employee at Moody Bible Institute.
Charles and Ivy Green were born in Chicago more than 20 years ago and have been simmering on the back burner since then, when I'd occasionally bring them out and stir them up, add some spices or herbs. It came to a full boil two years ago when I took the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writers Month) challenge and finally put it all down into my computer.
The Day the Ivy Fell
by Kimberly Purcell
Charles Worth's life has just been shaken to the foundation. His family and home seem to be crumbling around him. His father has lost a long battle with cancer. He decides to take time off from college in order to deal it all, which creates problems of its own, especially with his girlfriend. Trying to step into his father's role he discovers that the life he knows may be a lie.
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