Archive for the Women’s Fiction Category

Sweet Jane

A drunken mother makes childhood ugly. Jane runs away at sixteen, determined to leave her fraught upbringing in the rearview. Vowing never to return, she hitchhikes to California, right on time for the Summer of Love. Seventeen years later, she looks good on paper: married, grad school, sober, but her carefully constructed life is crumbling.

Margarita Mondays

When Cici, Mavis and Roxy meet in Kindergarten, they have no way of knowing that thirty-five years later they will be praying over Cici’s broken body, sharing in Mavis’s joy when she finds her birth mother or holding Roxy together the day she buries her lover.

Addicted To A Detroit Savage

In the cold streets of Detroit, Kairo and Delano learns what it means to keep your Friends Close and your Enemies Closer. Kairo is financially irresponsible, dripped in the finest designer’s money could buy. Until one morning…

Free, a Novella

Family Dysfunction Stories

Lenore “Lennie” Porter’s life had not gone as she planned. The marriage she put her heart and soul into failed. The man she sacrificed so much for abandoned her. But Lennie refused to be broken… Free, a Novella is a short, clean read recounting one woman’s determination to not be broken by life or lose her identity.