Fiction. Transmundane Press. 148 pp.
It exists in a long-forgotten corner of the American dream. Green Valley County is home to murders and heroes, ghosts and jinxes, gods, devils, and even a pygmy Big Foot. But the biggest menace is Jinx Jenkins and the string of bad luck he bestows upon the townsfolk. Become a citizen of the City by the Shore and see how seemingly random occurrences come to shape an entire civilization.
Nonfiction: Religion. Lucid Books. 216 pp.
Carol's heart is to reveal a Christ who is very much alive and active in the lives of ordinary people who are totally committed to His purpose and glory. From Plowing to Preaching will remind the reader that with an authentic faith in the risen Lord and an eternal perspective, the Christian life will be one of adventure, purpose, meaning, and hope.
Fiction; Women. MIRA. 400 pp.
Sloane McBride couldn't leave her small Texas town fast enough after her mother passed away. Now, after many years, she returns to figure out what really happened to her mother -- and if her domineering father was truly innocent in her death.
Fiction: Romance. The Wild Rose Press. 246 pp.
The night before his wedding, Jared Dupre discovers the demonic witch, Adam Montief, has kidnapped his brother, threatening to kill him, along with Jared's fiancée, Kendra O'Connell, for a centuries-old vendetta Jared knows nothing about. A powerful witch himself, Jared tracks Adam from New Orleans to a remove island off the coast of Connecticut. A sword fight ensues where a final thrust of Jared's blade sends Adam over the cliff into the sea below.