Laying in the back in of an old station wagon in the summer, or down by the empty train cars, I would spend my summers soaking in as many books as I could. Occasionally I could hear the sounds of the race track as the bugle for the start of the horse race would sound. I would think of the way the horses ran, their manes whisking back toward the buggy, the jockey intense and focused. This was my life.
When it rained, I often watched the “morons” as my father often called them. This was the men who would golf in all weather including a lightning storm. Twice in my life, I have seen one of the “morons” struck by lightning, as they insisted in a storm to stand in the middle of an open range with their clubs up in the air. Then we would dial the police department.
I enjoyed, and still do enjoy, watching the oddities of human nature. Listening to the sounds around me, as I try to melt into the background unseen. This is where I feel the most comfortable.
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Gratefulness is a self-help poetry book. It focuses on providing a fresh look at the small things in life to develop a habit of gratefulness. Developing a habit of Gratefulness can change the way you look at the world and bring you a sense of inner peace.
I Am A Real Cat – Coming Soon
Follow the adventures of Scarlet, a hairless cat as she faces challenges for being different than other cats. This young children’s book will teach kids that being different is not only ok, but can actually be very cool!
Nana Jill’s Nursery Rhymes- Releasing 2019
This young children’s book focuses on a variety of great lessons taught through stories and poems. Read stories like ” Hotdog Toes” and ” Stinky I am” among others. This book is packed with fun short reads for your child. Ages 1 – 7.
The Garbage Symphony –
Adult Fiction- Not every child lives the life of the Brady Bunch kids and Samantha is one of the less fortunate. At an early age she is faced with growing up in a hoarders world. Trying to understand her mom may be the hardest thing she ever faces, but, she does. In the end she surprises herself at what she finally realizes.