Charlene Farabaugh studied writing at IUPUI. During that time, she won the honor of Best Fiction Story in the literary magazine Genesis. Aside from writing, Charlene is a personal trainer with accomplishments in competitive fitness. She currently lives in Indianapolis with her three daughters and a dog.
It’s Mississippi, 1964. Racial injustices are being challenged. Rose, a white girl from the north, with her idealistic views and a budding relationship with a local boy, learns how standing up for what you believe in is not always as easy as you think.