I found him. Finally, after all this time. I see her, with him, my son. My beautiful boy. He’s gotten so big. He has hair just like his dad, curly and bouncy, blonde with a hint of red. He has such little hands; I see as she takes one in hers, and leads him down… Continue reading Chapter Excerpt #4, “My Son is Missing”
“You’ll never get me to tell you where he is.” Finally, I made it. I found him. I know he is here. I know she took him. I always knew. Why would no one help me? He was here, in this house, with this woman. This is where he has been all this time. I… Continue reading Chapter Excerpt 3, “My Son is Missing”
Squeezing the ketchup from the bottle, Sam remembered that her real name was actually Susan. It had been months since she used her real name to introduce herself, and when the waitress asked if her name was Susan, she replied with “No, sorry, my name is Sam,” without any brief hesitation. Since her move 11… Continue reading Chapter Excerpt 2, “My Son is Missing”
A baby girl is put in an orphange, only to find out she is surrounded by family members in this temporary home.
I have started my journey of novel writing. I just started my first year (and first term) of Graduate School, where I will be earning my Masters of Arts in English and Creative Writing. I am thrilled! And I am inspired. I have started writing my first novel. It's working title is "My Son is Missing," and… Continue reading Chapter Excerpt #1, “My Son is Missing”
I thought this was a leap year. March came too soon. Rent was due yesterday. Can I get an extra day, since I figured there was a February 29, 1998? That only makes sense. What I mean, really, is that it only seems fair. Lots of people probably think the same thing every new year.… Continue reading Leap Year