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All life comes to the same end whether on land or in the sea. Tas could accept that. It was not death that disturbed him. A mer’s passing oftentimes was graceful, as is the swaying of the ocean under a summer’s moon. If his mother had died naturally, he would have taken comfort in knowing she was fulfilling the final cycle of life.
But she didn’t die naturally.
Because of that, grief would adhere to him as mussels adhere to the pilings under the pier, skeletons of forgotten shapes crusting over remnants of a once-living creature.
Tas will never forget Continue reading
I have a deep respect for young people and a passion to encourage them in any way I can. Having watched my grandsons in their struggles, several without fathers in the home to guide them, I feel a need to … Continue reading
This is a book I feel passionate about because of the subject matter. If we depend on someone else to grow all our food, we put ourselves in a vulnerable position. In my new dystopia novel Altered, we find a … Continue reading
Altered. In a dystopian future, the Privatol invades American soil, and crops propel the engine. Uncontrollable tyranny has succeeded in dictating where people live, what they do, and what they eat. When Abree, a spunky twelve-year-old is taken away to … Continue reading