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I’m Faith O’Shea, a contemporary women’s lit writer whose stories have just the right amount of spice and romance added to the mix. I’ve heard it said that I tell a compelling story that’s fun to read and hard to put down. Maybe it’s because I’m not your typical romance writer and my voice is unique. I’ve thrown out some of the rules and simply tell a story that’s heart-felt, following where my characters lead and journeying with them as they come alive on the page.

I write the kind of book, I love to read.

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National Days…

I bought a calendar at the end of last year that serves me well. It is a one-stop glance for those days when I’m wondering what to post on Facebook. A few years ago, when I was still in the childcare field as assistant director, I would always add a piece of history or a tidbit of interest to the break and lunch schedule I made out each day. It made it more interesting for me, and hopefully for the teachers as well. I’d check on-line for those odd holidays th ...

Check it out…

I have a new website page and I am excited for all of you to see it. The wine’s gone, and in its place is a coffee cup…much more me. (I spend a couple of hours everyday at KJ’s Caffe) The typewriter remains. My son gave me a ceramic model in my Christmas stocking, after I told him it was my dream and it has become a symbol of my writing life. The crumpled paper signifies how much editing is needed when you give your all to a story. Some days it flows as ...

Spring Has Finally Arrived…

…in New England. As I sit writing, the temperature outside has reached the 60 degree mark and the sun is shining. It’s such a nice reprieve from another rainy April that we thought would never end. Now, when I watch the Red Sox play, (Boston’s baseball team for anyone not in the know), I see pitchers back to short sleeves and the outfielders no longer wearing neck warmers. The next few books in my Greenliners baseball series were timed so that I could e ...

It’s been a long time…

…since I’ve written and I’m beginning to understand why I’ve become lax with this one particular task. I’m not good at small talk and if I had to label myself the tag would read introvert. I never really knew this about myself. Only over the last couple of weeks, since writing about a scientist who is unskilled in many social contexts, have I learned what the term means and how it applies to me.  It doesn’t mean that I’m pre-occ ...

When God Was a Woman…

is the name of a book I read years back when I was reading all things goddess. It seems I’ve spiraled back to my interest, becoming engrossed in another round of books and articles on the topic. It keeps dragging me away from the page I’m supposed to be writing on, as I pull out my character charts jotting down notes for those imaginary women I’m designing, each based on an element of earth, fire, air and water, encapsulated in one of the female archety ...

It’s National Make Up Your Mind Day

Which makes it a great day for me to figure put where I’m going next. There are two series swirling in my mind and as I’m more than half-way through Finding Joy, I’ve begun developing characters for each of the them. The problem is I don’t know which to dig into first. I want to add to Thrown for a Curve, and this may be the most opportune time for that. Trades are happening in the league now and where Enrique dos Santos is in talks to be trade ...

In the news…

Dropped into KJ’s Caffe this morning to meet up with my nephew and niece-in-law for a cup of coffee. They’re heading back to England tomorrow, and I was so happy we were able to see them before they left. While we were there, my son brought over a copy of the Lowell Sun, the local newspaper and proudly displayed the article written about the shop, along with pictures from a photo shoot. It consisted of a two page spread that showcased both family and staff. I ...

Just chilling…

I’m sitting at a table in my son and daughter-in-laws coffee shop. I find myself here almost every day. There was something that pulled me in from day one and last night I realized why I travel the fifteen minutes to get here. It isn’t for the coffee, which is delicious, or the gluten-free options that few places offer. It’s for the people, the movement, the activity. I’ve spent most of my time for the last few years alone, at my desk. Unless you ...

Women’s friendships

The one comment that seems to echo about the Fire and Ice series speaks to the friendship the women at Woodley and Fisher have formed. They laugh together, cry together and support each other in good times and in bad. The founding mothers fostered a unified whole when they were hiring and the women who came on board after those first couple of grueling years created symbiotic relationships that nothing could break. Even the men who came into their lives had to pass the s ...

Been busy…

…with a lot that has nothing to do with writing… My kids opened up a coffee shop and I’ve taken some time to sit and enjoy the lines of customers that are keeping them busy. If you do a Google search, you’ll find they have five stars! Pretty impressive for their first week. I’ve done my share of grandma sitting for my two youngest grandsons, taking them to Chuck E Cheese last weekend. This Sunday my husband and I are planning a trip to Chunk ...

It’s almost here…

Good morning: I’m sending the fifth book in the Fire and Ice series to the formatter next week which means it will be available by mid-month. My editor has the sixth and final one which I hope to publish by mid-January. For as much as I wanted them all out by Christmas, it looks like that was just a wishful dream. There’s so much involved with the process. Once I finish writing, it goes to my line editor, then I have to make the changes, which usually consist ...

Tendrils of Ice

Yippee. I just finished making my editing changes which means I’m one step further along the road toward formatting. Now I’ve got to come up with a blurb that will hook, copyright page, acknowledgment, and to my reader page, first chapter and blurb for next book. The hardest piece is the blurb. You don’t want it long, but you want to encapsulate the essence of the story. You want to hook the reader without giving anything away. I’ll spend hours wr ...

Good morning:

I’m not a computer person and most of my frustration at work comes from whatever device I’m using. There’s a prankster at play somewhere in the inner works of my laptop, who seems to poke his head periodically. If I remember correctly, his name is Mecurius, and he’s a jokester who can cause all kinds of toil and trouble.   Some examples of his humor. I’ve been unable to post on my Faith O’Shea Facebook page and keep getting reminders ...

Not in this Lifetime

I’ve been sitting at the page with the fifth book in my Scalera family series and can’t seem to get it right. After spending weeks, visualizing how to begin the story, I’m still at a loss. The first couple of pages in a novel are critical. They either pull you in or turn you off and if I’m uninspired… well, let’s just say the readers will be, too. I’ve done my character developments, using some of my resource books, have a backgr ...

VOTE

Good morning:   Important day today across the country. Democracy only works when the people participate and today gives everyone of age and eligibility the opportunity to do that. All it should take is a short window of time but there seems to be areas of the country that are making it more difficult to do so. Some of us will have to sacrifice more than others, more time, more effort and more courage but it will be worth it if only to protect our rights and values. ...

A bit behind…

Good morning: I’ve been having some issues with my word press blog. I can’t seem to access it through my website anymore and I’ve wasted precious time trying to get it to work. This morning, on a whim, I dragged out my back-up computer, the one I use for games and twitter and found I could access my blog just fine. I’ll be using this one for the foreseeable future. Just to catch you up on what I’ve been working on… I have the edited ve ...

Appalachia

My female lead in Coming Home to You is Tansy McPhail, born in West Virginia, in a section of the country known as Appalachia,  (I didn’t know it was pronounced Appa-lat-cha.) She comes from proud Scottish stock, her ancestors settling in the southwestern hills, and working the land for over a century. I knew very little about the area when I began the book, but having driven through a small slice of the state on the way to somewhere, I remembered the natural bea ...

It’s been that kind of week…

when all my plans had to be recalibrated. The dogs didn’t have day care this week because the provider took a week’s vacation; a new refrigerator arrived and it took an hour to dismantle the old and another to assemble the new, my trainer had to switch my times to accommodate her schedule, I had to sign off on a car title for my son that took me forty miles away and with the gas construction still on going in my area after last months explosions, roads are cl ...

I’ve discovered enneagrams…

and they’ve become an additional tool in developing characters… and I love learning something new. During an email thread, my editor introduced me to this other way to approach personality. Of course, I had to purchase a couple of books that would explain it, and for every one read, there was a different test for identification. The one thing that stayed the same was my own personality type. In one I’m described as a protector. The adjectives are pretty ...

Happy Tuesday

Although it’s a dreary one, it’s a great day for sitting at my computer writing. It’s also the kind of weather when I love to grab a book, curl up on the couch and pass some time in another world. As I’ve mentioned, I love books with complex characters. The more complex, the more real. The more real, the more invested I become in their lives. Writers not only have to be keen observers of human nature, they have to know how to construct a life stor ...

We’ve come a long way…

Last blog, I talked about archetypes and how they captured the essence of human character. In response, a writer told me about a complete writer’s guide on heroes and heroines. Being a book junkie, I purchased it, interested in seeing how the authors would explain the sixteen master archetypes they felt were recognizable in literature, from past to present. I have to say I was first disappointed and then annoyed when I skimmed it the first time. Heroes were broken ...

In the Merrimack Valley

of Massachusetts it’s been a harrowing couple of days. While watching the news on Thursday afternoon, for a weather update, wanting to keep track of Florence and her northward journey, there was some breaking news that forced any thought of the approaching hurricane, out. At approximately 4:54 there was a red banner across the screen announcing there were twenty explosions that had shaken the towns of Andover, North Andover and the city of Lawrence. Final count at ...

Classical Music Month

“Classical music is a celebration of artistic excellence.”   Bill Clinton I love all kinds of music: rock, country, some hip-hop, and, yes, some classical. When I was writing Cold Sweat, the heroine a classical pianist, I would play some of the greats, filling my car with the power and majesty of the instrument. Beethoven, Chopin, Horowitz, Glenn Gould, Annie Fischer and Van Cliburn captivated me and my imagination. It spurred a memory of Van Cliburn perform ...

A classic published…

on this day in 1900. Little did L. Frank Baum know at the time that this story would become an example of what Joseph Campbell called the power of myth: that there would be a movie made that would transcend time or there that would be books written about Dorothy’s symbolic quest for home, the tinman’s for a heart, the scarecrow’s for a brain and the lion’s search for courage. Mythology had always called to me, especially archetypes, which are the ...

Who is Dennis Eckersley…?

Just one of the best of baseball’s past. I found a tidbit on him when I was checking sites for this day in history, which I do on occasion for writing prompts. He is one of my all-time favorites and I still enjoy his unique “turn of a phrase” as a color commentator for the Red Sox TV broadcasts. On this day in 1990, he won his 40th game of the season. It’s no surprise seeing he’s considered one of the most dominant relief pitchers of all tim ...

Romance Awareness Month

I know it’s a little late to be celebrating but I thought I couldn’t let the month end without at least mentioning it. As a romance writer, I’ve spent my fair share of hours reading the genre. There are so many books out there that are more than just a romance. The one’s that grab me are filled with complex characters, an enticing storyline and heart-filled sentiment. The first one I can remember savoring was Shanna by Kathleen Woodiwiss. Ruark mi ...

A nice break…

Spent a couple of nights over the weekend celebrating my nephew’s wedding. The rehearsal dinner on Friday night was held outside, the Salem harbor as backdrop, the moon almost full. With most of the month being either hazy, hot and humid or delivering clouds that dropped buckets of  rain, the party was graced with near perfect temps and a lot of family love, from both sides of the Atlantic. Saturday was almost a picture prefect replica and the bride and groom were ...

Draft done

Feeling so fine…the first draft of Rekindling the Fire is complete. Wasn’t sure I’d get there this soon, word counts down from where they should have been for the last two weeks but I typed the last period to finish the story just minutes ago. There’s still a lot of re-writes ahead, more information to glean out of my research and additions to make, sticky notes reminding me where I might have fallen short on descriptions, where I might want to b ...

Inching My Way…

towards the finish line of the first draft of Rekindling the Fire, my final book in the Fire and Ice series… It’s been a labor of love and a learning experience and I’m hoping to have the entire six-book series out by the end of the year. If you haven’t checked out the first three already on Amazon, please do. Consumed by Fire Skoli on Ice Heart on Fire Heart of Ice coming in September For as much as I enjoyed telling the stories about the women a ...

Good morning…

It’s hot here in Massachusetts and the heat seems to have found a home. It’s not the heat so much as the humidity that is making some of us cranky. I personally want a good deep freeze to clear the air but I’m one of only a few who feels that way. Baseball season is in full swing and my team is at the top of the standings. It makes me pine for the days when I was writing Thrown for a Curve. I’ve got a series planned around the fictional Boston Gr ...

A day out of routine

Yesterday I spent the day at a local zoo with my grandchildren ages five and three, along with my son and daughter-in-law and it was so very nice to have a day that didn’t revolve around the computer, the dogs or the house. Getting out among people is also great for picking up a new thread or scene for my books. As an example, there was a man walking ahead of me toward the exit. He had one of his kids riding his neck, one walking just slightly ahead and one holding ...

Wishing…

…it wasn’t so hot here. Humidity is a killer and doesn’t do a lot for one’s creativity. The fans blowing, but the a/c in the family room beckons. I think I’ll spend the next few days camped out there, reading or rereading some of my favorite books. I’m binging now on J.D. Robb’s Death series and I’ve still got twenty-odd more to go. I’ve been writing non-stop for a couple of years, the stories worked out in my head be ...

Once upon a time…

…over a month ago to be exact, I blogged my most recent post. But I’m back after having spent months on life’s little pleasures…daily tasks that seem to take over: eye exams, dentist and doctor’s visits, (I fractured two of my ribs while walking the dog), tests to determine said fractures, personal training sessions, (that did nothing to help the ribs heal), and some volunteer work at the Y. My down time has been spent on the last two books ...

Good morning:

It’s been a while since the last I wrote but life seems to have gotten away from me. In an attempt to get out among the living, I began to volunteer some of my time to the YWCA, and being with the kindergarten class there has added a new dimension to my days. After spending twelve years teaching that age group, I missed the playfulness and energy they offer. I’ve also started working with a personal trainer and am feeling stronger and more in tune with my bod ...

Heart on Fire

has just been formatted and will be released early next month. I am super excited to get Em and Nick’s story out there. Emilia Spencer-Ronan is finally willing to go from two-pound whirly sucker to over him. That he’s been her best friend since college means it’s way past due and she’s finally closed the door.  Nicholas Katsaros, the man in question, has other ideas. Now that he’s seen her in a whole new light, he’s gearing up to break down it down.   & ...

New website coming…

Good morning: So much has been happening over the last couple of weeks, one of which is the design for a new website, which should be under construction soon. I’ve put off blogging thinking that the site would be down but I’ve been assured it will remain open for business throughout the process. Thin Blue Line is out, Heart on Fire is going to the formatter next week, Heart of Ice is going to the editor at beginning of July and Tendrils of Ice is almost three ...

Tuesday’s teaser…

would have arrived on schedule but for the fact I spent all of yesterday tending to a loved one. Up at 3:30 in the morning, my mind didn’t start functioning at full capacity until today. With my website undergoing re-construction soon this might be the last teaser until its back up. It’s from Thin Blue Line, the third book in my Scalera Family series. I’m shooting for a June publication. Lana is still fighting the temptation that is Zach, still unsure s ...

Belated Tuesday Teaser

Good morning: This has been some week. I’ve been trying to integrate some exercise into my daily life and I haven’t found the rhythm yet. As some things are added, some things are missed. The teaser this week is from Thin Blue Line, the third book in my Scalera family series which should be on amazon within the month. It’s the story about Lana, the youngest in the big Italian family, and the man she is trying desperately to keep out of her life. It hasn ...

Working titles…

With Heart on Fire next out in the Fire and Ice series, Jelani’s story, Heart of Ice, drafted and ready to be reviewed, I’ve gotten caught up in Arianna’s story, Tendrils of Ice. She is one of the founding partners of Woodley and Fisher, that kick-ass law firm where Nell, Cami, Em and Nell work and to them she’s mama bear.  When I left my workspace yesterday, she had started coming alive on the page. She gardens, swims, has two cats, Tigger and ...

Tuesday teaser…

Good morning all: It’s baseball season…and the sun is finally shining to support it. My team is having a great season so far and I’m having fun watching them. Today I thought it would be apropos to tease you with an excerpt from my book Thrown for a Curve. It’s about a pitcher who’s finally come back to play for his home team and the woman he can’t seem to forget. It’s a stand alone for now but I’ve been itching to add ano ...

TGIF…

…not that I can distinguish between the days of the week, busy at my computer, but today is different. There’s a writer’s conference about thirty miles from my house that I’m attending, something I don’t usually do. There’ll be a crowd of people to mingle with, where I prefer to stay in my cave. Follow routine. Meet my goals. There’s a couple of things wrong with this sentiment. If you write, you need to observe, pick up on idios ...

Teaser Tuesday…

Good morning. I thought it might be fun to throw out a teaser every Tuesday…a quote or phrase taken from one of my books, to entice. Today, I’m going to offer a sweet treat from Skoli on Ice, my newest book out, available on Amazon in both eBook and print. I loved developing these two characters and I think they come alive on the page. Let me know what you think. Camille rang the doorbell. And waited. She knew he was here. When she’d called Alec to tell ...

A call from out of the blue…

…isn’t always an unexpected pleasure, but in this case, it was. There were actually two surprises yesterday that touched me. One was a  message stating that I had a blog follower and I felt a tingle of excitement.  The email address looked familiar and after a few seconds I recognized it. Turns out it belongs to one of my cousins and I was grateful she was willing to sign on. Family has become a sustaining factor in my writing life. I know, you might say, t ...

It’s here…

And although I could mean the sun, which has been unwilling to show itself here in New England in far too long, I’m talking about Skoli on Ice.  Uploaded a few days ago, I’m excited to see it out there as follow up to Consumed by Fire. The saga of the four women attorneys has been an labor of love. Each one of them stands for the most vulnerable among us with wit, wisdom and some kick ass moves. It takes men of integrity to attract these women warriors and e ...

I’m getting closer…

Publication of Skoli on Ice is just a few weeks away now. My editor is beginning to work on Thin Blue Line this weekend and within a month I’ll be sending her Heart on Fire. With the sun peeking out from the clouds, I’m getting a taste of what’s to come. Sunshine always makes things better and it reassures that there are wonderful things around the corner. I thought I’d give you a sample of Skoli on Ice. I’ll be parceling out passages on thi ...

Will spring ever get here?

Good morning: Another storm is due in today, the fourth in four weeks, and its dumped over 36″ of snow. Seems like we’re going for a record for March. It’s caused some delays between downed wires and trees, no electricity for a couple of days and cable outages. I’m moving onward slowly, Skoli on Ice being formatted in less than a week. My hope is that its out for publication by the middle of April, if not sooner. I’ve had a friend read Thin ...

Snowed in…

Hello all: We’ve got a blizzard going on. I am sitting at my table writing, and every once and a while I glance out my window to see the snow coming down in restless pursuit of some record set back in the 1800’s. It’s a great day to write and I achieved my two thousand words for the day about an hour ago. It might be time to pick up a book and read someone else’s narrative but the dogs are quiet, sleeping on their beds next to my writing space and ...

Heart of Ice…

has been a labor of love. It’s the last scheduled book in the Fire and Ice Series although there is one (or two) percolating for the senior founding members of the firm, Arianna Woodley and Mia Fisher. Readers have already met Mia’s husband Nate, a senior intelligence operator for the FBI but there’s only been rumblings, negative ones if truth be told, about the man who did Arianna wrong. I’m beginning to think he needs to re-write his history alt ...

Coming Home to You

I just finished the re-write of the re-write of Thin Blue Line which will be going to my editor soon. I’ve been trying to send her the first chapter of my next book along with it, so when the formatter gets it, she can add it as a teaser. For as much as I’ve had the story of Tony Scalera in my head since I began the Scalera Family series, it was time to sit down and go at it, capturing the essence in the first few pages. I always forget how much work that fir ...

Reject’s his name

Good afternoon, all:   Just wanted to tell you a little about Luca “Reject” Caroli, bassist for the heavy metal band Raging Thunder, hero of the second book in the Scalera family series, The Edge of Forever.   He’d been a reject most of his life, bullied and taunted. With Raging Thunder’s success, he’s been vindicated. Now he could have any woman he wanted but he felt more like candy in a candy store than a flesh and blood man. Was adula ...

Tuesdays…

Tuesdays are my Mondays. I can never seem to find my rhythm. Out early,  I head over to the local Panera, where I drink coffee and write, or try to. The conversations going on around me are often too loud or too interesting to shut out. After a couple of hours, it’s back home to have lunch and walk the dog. My son arrives soon after and we chat a bit, the dogs excited that they have someone else to interact with. He eats, then goes off and works upstairs while I p ...

Thin Blue Line

Now that I’ve tightened up Heart on Fire, and it’s ready for the editor next month, I’ve gone back to the third book in the Scalera Family series, Thin Blue Line. I wasn’t planning on sneaking this one in for publication this year but Zach, the hero in TBL shows up in HOF at a moment of crisis and he’s such a dude, it made me want to work with him again. After pulling it up on my computer, I began to read. And stopped. I thought I had a well ...

A day of love

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone: It’s a day made for love and there’s nothing that will get you in the mood faster than a good love story. With so many out there, how do you choose? Does the cover draw you? Does the book blurb entice? Does the hero’s build, profession, looks, heart, grab at you? I’ve been researching different covers for my next book and I’m having a hard time choosing. A friend of mine says she likes body shots. (No he ...

Skoli on Ice

Good morning: I just got the edited version back from my editing guru and she had some pretty cool things to say about the book. “You’ve outdone yourself with this one! Truly. Such an intelligent, well-told, compelling, realistic story. The amount of research you must have done boggles my mind a bit. The backstories are so rich and fitting, the characters so believable. I absolutely love this firm of women superheroes you’ve created and can’t wait to read wha ...

Who’s your favorite kind of hero?

A friend of mine just finished reading a draft of the next book coming out, Skoli on Ice and she asked me where she could find a Russian of her own. It struck me, not for the first time, that everyone has a different kind of man that appeals to them. For me, it was my first male lead, Johnny Scalera, in Cold Sweat. I had a definite picture in my mind from listening to all those heavy metal drummers when I was younger. Physically fit, long hair, bulging biceps from poundi ...

Marketing is harder than writing…

In an attempt to get more assertive in my marketing approach, I’ve been researching different ways to get the word out about my books. There are four of them: Cold Sweat and The Edge of Forever which are the first two books in the Scalera Family series, Thrown for a Curve, which is a stand alone, although I have a story percolating about Izabella’s brother that might see the light of day but only after the one’s on simmer or boil are complete, and the f ...

Hello Again

Seems I’ve been negligent about reaching out but I’ve been diligently working on the new series FIRE and ICE for the last several months and it’s hard to pull myself away. With the first book in the series, CONSUMED BY FIRE, available on Kindle I think it’s time to get back to the basics. Lately, I’ve been feeling a bit out of touch. The writing life is a solitary one and you can so easily get trapped in the cave you make for yourself. It do ...

Things I like

Over the last couple of months I’ve read two books that had an appendix at the back where the author listed things they liked. It gave the reader a sense of who the author was, which was meant to enhance the reading experience. I thought it might be fun to follow suit, beginning a list today and adding to it ever couple of days thereafter. It will get me back to the page and you’ll get to know me better. Things I like reading coffee or dinner with friends wa ...

Boys of summer..

…to me, means baseball… With the first pitch of the season, I thought more and more about the characters in one of my contemporary novels, Thrown for a Curve. Though I was aiming to get my sequel to Cold Sweat out next, I’ve decided to go with the story of the left-handed pitcher, Reid “Crackerjacks” Jackson who’s just been traded to the team he grew up loving, the Boston Greenliners, my fictionalized Red Sox. There’s a surprise ...

Her Story

Last week I was visiting someone in the hospital and the conversation ran to all kinds of things. The movie Hidden Figures was recommended as a must see. It was a story, a factual and true story, about women in an age when they were merely asterisks on the stage of life, support systems, behind-the-scenes citizens who had to stand in the shadow of man. When the question, “Why didn’t we know about them?”was asked, I gave my standard answer to her questio ...

A Little Bit of Feel Good

Yesterday I had lunch with some of my cousins, and aunt and my daughter. We try to get together every few months, something we’d promised we’d do but never got around to until this year. It’s fun being with people you grew up with, get along with and who make you laugh. There is one in particular who has followed my writing journal since my book was published, a cousin who I remember playing a grand piano in my grandmother’s house oh so many years ago. She still ...

A Little Bit of Feel Good

Yesterday I had lunch with some of my cousins, and aunt and my daughter. We try to get together every few months, something we’d promised we’d do but never got around to until this year. It’s fun being with people you grew up with, get along with and who make you laugh. There is one in particular who has followed my writing journal since my book was published, a cousin who I remember playing a grand piano in my grandmother’s house oh so many years ...

Happy Earth Day

I almost forgot to celebrate Earth Day today. Not to worry, because I celebrate the Earth every day. It’s such a beautiful planet with it’s blue water and green grass, trees, rivers, mountains…and it’s home. When I was taking a science class many years ago, I learned that the Earth recycles itself, every 50, 000 years or so, like the farmers who recycle the soil with different crops. New England might have been desert, or part of the tundra, tropi ...

Hello. How are you? Let me tell you my name.

For my first post, I just thought I’d introduce myself. Or a facsimile thereof. I go by the name Faith O’Shea. I’m a retired grandmother who has spent my whole life creating stories. I never planned on publishing but after a few arm twists, my friends and family got me to give in and get it done. My first eBook Cold Sweat can be purchased on Kindle and I have to check in every once and awhile just to make sure it really happened. I love to read, play vi ...

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