Southern Fiction Author, Freelance Writer & Retired Clown

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Just think, what a happy life we could live

Just think, what a happy life we could live

I hate Valentine’s Day. As we have all realized by now, everything about this designated day of “love” is painfully artificial. (Except the chocolates, they are delicious…) What is so egregiously insulting about this fake holiday is that *real* love is actually the antithesis of […]

My December

My December

If not for the photographs below, my only memory of December 2013 would be one long blur of activity. A few of my highlights from this crazy month: Survived my first Luminary Night, the lighthouse’s annual Christmas celebration Held my first Killer Shine book signing […]

For family and conecuh sausage

For family and conecuh sausage

The feeling starts not long after crossing the border, south of Dothan. Though the cotton fields are long past harvest in late November, a light dusting of leftover rebel snow is still tangled in the grassy shoulders of the road. From the car window I […]