Jamarcus was on that crazy tip before he hit the door. I could smell it on him, underneath the sweat that drenched his dingy wife beater tee. He clumped into the kitchen, sucking his teeth. “Hamburger again?” He slammed a plastic grocery bag of empty, stinking food containers into the sink, ignoring the clean dishes already there, waiting to be rinsed. [ 247 more words ]
By my forty second birthday, it looked like my most passionate pleas would be ignored. I didn’t kneel so often by then. I was already the towns’ crazy old woman. I kept mostly to myself and only went to market and town when absolutely necessary. And I travelled to Mr. Frank’s cottage, down the hill, to work. Mrs. Frank had passed on five years ago, and now he was just waiting to join his wife in heaven. [ 817 more words ]
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The Act is now available on Audible!
Another nifty trailer from Regina at Heartfelt Promos. Great to have friends who can do this kind of stuff:
One of my new BFFs, Regina over at Heartfelt Promos, made the most beautiful trailer for A Dog or Something: http://youtu.be/YpdOSTtEkSw
Very awesome to have such talented folks around!