Category Archives: Novels

Stillwater (New Novel)

“No balanced person writes a novel. You sit down at the desk, shackle your mind to the project, wade into an imaginary swamp with made-up people. For days. Weeks. Sometimes even years. That’s ******* batty.” (source)

In that spirit, allow me to present…

 

A passionate and romantic mid-century bodice-ripper style historical romance drama, Stillwater is the story of Jessica Delany, who, after finding herself orphaned and alone at the mere age of fourteen, flees her hometown of Mississippi, heading for the hills and mountains of Arkansas, where she works and makes it on her own, accepting the marriage proposal of Joseph Kingsman, whom she loves dearly. But when an unfortunate accident several months later leaves her pregnant and alone, she accepts the marriage proposal of local farmer’s son Tommy Hartshorne, only to find herself trapped in a loveless and passionless marriage, beginning an affair with her ex brother-in-law that culminates in death and betrayal after a judge denies her petition for divorce.

Available Now On Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XJZC158

The Radical One Presents… Memoirs of a Traditional Woman’s Rights Activist

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FINALLY! A MODERN DAY, DOWN-TO-EARTH ROMANCE FOR THE TRADITIONAL GIRL! MEMOIRS OF A TRADITIONAL WOMAN’S RIGHTS ACTIVIST IS THE STORY OF A YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN’S TUMULTUOUS JOURNEY INTO WOMANHOOD, POLITICAL ACTIVISM, AND LOVE FOR TWO DIFFERENT MEN- BOTH FATHER AND SON.

Personal…

“Everything was different. I saw the world through different eyes…They talked about sex like it was nothing. But how could it be so casual of a thing the way they claimed? Just look what it had done to my life…”

Political…

“Perhaps there was a reason why I felt all the things I felt inside- feelings about how something feminine inside of me was being repressed…I knew I couldn’t continue on this path of women’s empowerment… I proposed that we stand up for the rights of the traditional woman- and thus the term Traditional Woman’s Rights Activist was born…”

A Story about Love…

“God only knows what might have been had I come to him that next day…Yes, I wanted him, but physically desiring him could only ever be the half of my fulfillment. The other half could only ever come from loving him- and in knowing that he could love me in return.”

Passion…

“As I looked around the dark room, I realized I was still in bed, alone. I had been dreaming, but if felt so real. He felt so real. It was as if he had really been there and I could still feel him as though he had really touched me and had been inside of me…”

And Heartbreak…

“I could barely breathe. I didn’t want to go back, but formally leaving him would mean being alone. It would mean doing for myself; it would mean giving up everything I’d ever known…At that moment I would have almost preferred death than to become the modern woman I had tried so hard all of those years to keep from being…”

INNOCENTLY ROMANTIC, PASSIONATE, AND COMPELLING, MEMOIRS OF A TRADITIONAL WOMAN’S RIGHTS ACTIVIST SPEAKS STRAIGHT TO THE VERY HEART OF A WOMAN…

AVAILABLE NOW ON AMAZON