ROSALINDA R MORGAN is a multifaceted talent. Following a career as a C.P.A., then as a Licensed Associate Broker at Laffey Real Estate, she becomes a writer, an editor, an author, and a blogger. She also has a degree in Art and Antique Appraisal. She blogs on several platforms, writes award-winning gardening articles and short stories, edits award-winning newsletters, and has written three historical novels and one inspirational book. She published her first historical novel at aged 70. If she is not at her computer writing, she is either reading or outside gardening. A former New Yorker, she now lives in Charleston, SC.
The Iron Butterfly is about a young mother left penniless with nine young children to support after her husband died suddenly. Facing a bleak future, she has to tackle a male chauvinistic society where men still rule the business world. With the Great Depression affecting everyone, she has to find a new way to survive. Her problems become insignificant after Pearl Harbor when war is now imminent.
Benjamin sees Adelaide's picture in a magazine and wants to meet her in person. But how? He is 465 km. away. When WWII starts, he is too far from home and has to find his way back. Will he encounter the Japanese? Bahala Na (Come What May) is a journey of unending struggle to survive amidst the background of war, raging from the beaches to the mountains yet keeping faith, hope and courage intact.