FREE FOR DOWNLOAD ON AMAZON NOW THROUGH MIDNIGHT SUNDAY! I love writing, and each of my books is dear to my heart. There’s something even more special about “Mirage” for me. It was my labor of love with characters who … Continue reading
Last Saturday, I had an unbelievably amazing time filming the trailer for the film version of my last novel, Mirage. Special thanks to the following:
In Order of Appearance:
Laurel, Arielle Olkhovsky
Infant August, Trinity Faith Teamor
Sadira, Shanacee Shreve
Abraham, Orvalle Williams
Elizabeth, Carolyn Sahoza
Harlan, Denny Conners
Phoebe, Shelby Leigh
Mae Ruth, Carolyn Sahoza
Adult August, Damont Goolsby
*Filmed and Edited by Lamont Campbell for LC Studios
*Theme song written by D.L. Teamor and performed by Sheila Hardin
“‘I wonder what it’s like to be alive,’ Sadira pondered in whimsical melancholy… She determined that living, really being alive was found in the kindliness that comes from reciprocal love… It was a sugary forehead kiss from mama while she … Continue reading
FREE OFFER: My latest novel, Mirage is available at no charge Sunday, 3/16-Tuesday, 3/18
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Laurel Dixon has it all. She is a Caucasian woman, living the American Dream…or so she thinks. She has a successful career in a world where women are expected to be home and stay silent. She is a proponent for equal rights, and has finally given birth to her first child after years of failed pregnancies.
What will happen when Laurel discovers in the most unwelcome way that her entire life has been only a MIRAGE?
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My last book signing of this tour was bittersweet, to say the least. I arrived in Jacksonville on a beautiful, sunny day and checked in at the Pecan Park RV Resort (the most comfortable park where I’ve resided in any state, by the way.)
After a satisfying number of sales, out of nowhere, my right eye began to feel swollen. I glanced in the mirror to my left, and everything appeared normal.
A few more sales, a few more photos and signings, and then my face went numb. I could no longer smile, my speech became slurred, and I was dizzy and nauseous (that’s supposed to be a smile in the pic below…)
When all was said and done, I left the event early and ended my night at Baptist Health Hospital. The staff, including Chaplain Genesis S. (pictured below with his wife and baby,) took care of me and my little Lola, and the view from my room couldn’t have been more beautiful.
The diagnosis…Bell’s Palsy. The blessing…I was struck only upon completion of this book tour! Alas, I’m heading home for awhile, working on my next novel, setting a few acupuncture appointments and hitting the road to recovery!
While I was in Memphis for the BWABC Literary Conference, besides visiting Graceland, I had the opportunity to spend time at the Civil Rights Museum. The museum is situated at the Lorraine Motel, the site of Dr. Martin Luther King, … Continue reading
Book signing and reading for my latest novel – – please join me if you’re in the MN area!
Special thanks to the Indie Author Network for featuring me in their summer interview series (July 21, 2013.)
I also extend my gratitude for my latest novel, Mirage, being featured this week on their site for, “Free Read Wednesday.”