Award-winning author and sometime banker Will Overby lives with his wife, a dog, and a menagerie of cats in the rural lakes area of western Kentucky. Between dodging mergers and drafting policies he writes novels. Connect with him on his website, willoverby.com, on Facebook, or follow him on Twitter (@Will_Overby).
He left his family just after Christmas. Now author Lee Houston must spend the winter battling his addictions, his regrets, and one giant case of writer’s block. All alone. Except for the ghosts sharing his house who want him dead.
Addie is a young farm girl who possesses the power to heal. A trip into town with her father leads to a fateful encounter with a woman who offers Addie the opportunity to exploit her ability for pay. Addie must decide whether to give her family a chance at a new life or do what she feels deep within is right.
The human condition – it’s what makes us sentient beings, what ties us together, and eventually causes us to face our own mortality. Here is a collection of fiction and poetry that explores the facets of being human – both good and bad – and offers a unique perspective on human existence.
Zach Ziegler has been called "big-boned" and "strapping." No one uses the F-word: fat. But Zach’s arch-nemesis, Trevor, doesn’t mind pointing out the obvious. If that isn’t bad enough, Zach and Trevor are paired up on a science project.Will Zach survive sixth grade, or is he destined to be murdered before the school year is over?
When the tortured body of fourteen-year-old Sarah Jo McElvoy washes up on the river's edge during a Fourth of July fireworks display, panic seizes the small town of Cedar Hill. And when another young girl goes missing just days later without a trace, detectives fear the small town harbors a serial killer.