I am the mother of four and a college graduate. I hold a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting and am a member of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. I work for a local transportation company with awesome people. I enjoy volunteering with the Carey Community Soccer Club as a coach. I also enjoy reading, writing poetry and stories, and enjoying nature in all its aspects.
I have had three poems published through World Poetry Movement in 2012. These are "My Daughter" in Stars in Our Hearts: Tokens, "Show the Feeling" in International Who's Who in Poetry, and "What Do You See?" in World Poetry Movement Best Poets and Poems of 2012. I am also due to have a poem published by Eber & Wein.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy I get from writing is the opportunity to live in a world that I create with people that I would like socializing with. In other words, I get to live in my daydreams and nightmares while sharing them with others. When I write it allows me to deal with real life things in a manner that others can relate to. My poetry is a means of expressing my feelings without saying them out loud and it allows me to vent the feelings that I don't like telling others about.
Describe your desk
My desk is not a desk at all. It is many places. In short, it is anywhere that I can set up my laptop or use my trusty pen and paper. For example, I would prefer to be sitting outside right now; however, the weather is a bit cold for that. Right now, my laptop is sitting on an old school desk beside my bed. Later it will likely be on the coffee table while I enjoy a movie. Anywhere and everywhere meaning that I don't really have a specific desk set up.
Kiley is dating Hunter, a man that she chased for several years before he agreed to a relationship. When Kiley runs into some old friends Hunter's jealousy shows through and pushes her into the arms of Zak. As Hunter realizes that he is losing Kiley, he starts stalking her and eventually confronts her in hopes of getting her back. He refuses to let her move on and be happy instilling fear in her.
Moving to a new house in a new place should make Madison happy but she soon finds that an angry spirit has made it his goal to destroy her. Besides dealing with the entity she must deal with the man she left behind and the scars she has carried since she was a teenager. Can she find the peace that she is so desperate for?