I’m one of the few people left who started grade school in a one room country school house. There were eight grades and one teacher who lived in the back of the school. It had no running water, and the parents had to take turns bringing water every day for the children to drink, and the teacher to use. There was no plumbing and the only bathroom was an outhouse out back. The teacher stayed at the school during the week and drove back to town on the weekends.
Finding a topic or idea to write has never been a problem. All my life I have had thoughts or visions of stories and now I know those are stories waiting to be told and that I’m not crazy after all-maybe a little bit, but that only makes it more interesting.
I have no accolades to show anyone, so I’ll let my writings speak for themselves. My first book is a collection of short stories in many genres that demonstrate my broad abilities. They say that the proof is in the pudding, and my short stories are my pudding. But don’t take my word for it. This is what Kirkus Reviews have to say about it, “A short story collection that’s by turns wry, heartwarming and richly dramatic…. The stories range widely in both tone and scope; some are very short, little more than bits of dialogue with stage directions, while others, although usually still quite short, are far more complex and ambitious,… A touching, effective collection that will keep its smiling readers guessing. Kirkus Review
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