A list of my published works
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A downtrodden pregnant widow, a wealthy businessman, and the little red camera that brings them together.
Sierra Simmons finds herself homeless and pregnant, working as a nightclub singer. When a concerned old flame re-enters her life with a mysterious camera full of alarming pictures of her, can Sierra and Creed set aside past hurts and begin anew?
Creed Hill is a rich New York businessman, engaged to the daughter of the CEO. When a mysterious camera shows him photos of his first and only love struggling to get by, can Creed set aside his dreams of wealth and rekindle a romance he thought was lost forever?
A lonely dog groomer, a heartbroken father and son, an abused foster cat, and the mysterious camera that brings them all together.
When Em Durnin comes into possession of a digital camera full of the tragic family photos of a stranger, she seeks out the heartbroken family and meets single father, Lincoln, and his twelve-year-old son, Finley. Can she, with the help of an abused foster cat, help put the pieces of their lives back together? Can father and son find room in their hearts for her?
A troubled family man, an aging grandfather, an old ghost, and a love reunited. A powerful tale of fate and forgiveness.
When workaholic Max Blake becomes his grandfather Benjamin's caretaker, he uncovers a sixty-year-old tragic love story, involving a young teacher Benjamin once worked with. Now, Max is faced with renovating the old school as he faces his own failures as a husband and father. Can he mend his own broken heart in order to give his grandfather the happily ever after he deserves?
"The Eyes of Death" is a collection of 14 horror stories. Many of them are contest winners and two have been nominated for the 2019 Quill Awards. This book is also available in paperback here:
"The Challenge: Seven Days to a Fit Life" is a book on fitness and weight loss. The book gives useful advice on how to change your mindset to make fitness a lifelong goal.
"The String That Binds Us" is a collection of crafting articles written for my newspaper column several years ago. The column was fairly short-lived, but I had a pretty decent readership and thoroughly enjoyed the gig.
"Nostalgic Shadows" is a work of my teenage poetry. It's a bit angsty...
"Stupid Gratitude" is a short collection of poetry written in 2009. It focuses a lot on holidays, relationships, and family life.
"The Skeletons of Trees" is poetry written in the early 2000's. It features topics of abuse, love, sex, anger, and random bits of whimsical nonsense.