The Pamlico Writers’ Group hosts a monthly, one-thousand word challenge. The month of April, the picture was donated by photographer,
The pins on my lapel are not expensive or even rare. To most people they would mean little but to
Carrie glared at the phone vibrating beside her. She punched end and slammed it back to the table. Tilting her
White fisherman boots are as common around here as flip flops and Nike’s. Called by locals: Wanchese Go Go Boots,
I say taxes and I can hear most of you groan. People are always complaining about having to pay the
My time with my agent ended somewhat abruptly. At first, I was devastated and depressed, but I soon realized she’d
I was supposed to be a romance writer. At least that is what I believed when I first started writing.
I’m not sure how I ended up writing a feminist novel. My main character, Rae Lynne Grimes, is a woman