RoseMary Covington-Morgan, a retired transit executive, has traded the hustle of planning and project development for the thrill of storytelling. With a passion that has fueled her writing since childhood, she draws inspiration from fascinating people, vibrant streets, and the diverse cities she has called home.
She has been published in prestigious anthologies like the California Writer's Club, Rio Vista Writer's Group Storytellers, and Northern California Publishers and Authors.
RoseMary's words leap off the page, taking readers on unforgettable journeys.
Swimming Through Mud It's the 19th Century in America, perhaps the most pivotal, divisive, and violent period in American history. This book introduces you and follows three young African Americans as they navigate the turmoil dividing the country between 1845 through 1876. A time crucial to seeking the opportunity to determine the direction of their lives and hoping to establish their rights...