Patricia Snodgrass is a freelance writer who resides in East Texas with her husband of 23 years, her two dogs, and varying number of cats. Today there are two. She has one son.
When Willy Ten Killer's father beats a white man to death with a shop hammer, the family is forced to flee their beloved Cherokee Nation and return to the one place they dread the most.
Deeply unhappy with the way his life has turned out, Willy decides to return to Cherokee Nation and resume his life as an artist.
His plans are sidetracked when he meets a beautiful woman whose secrets takes him on an adventure of a lifetime.
Upon being found guilty of Glorious' death, Chet Fikes had a choice: he could go to prison or he could go to Vietnam. Marc, Glorious' brother, is not going to let the judgment rest. He joins the Marines in an effort to find Chet and do what the Arkansas justice system failed to do.
When Marc finds Chet cowering in a bombed-out bunker, Marc can't believe his good fortune. However, luck runs out on both men and their platoon when the sun sets at mid-morning and it begins to snow.
What would you do to find your true love?
Althea Thibodaux has dreams, and none of them involve her mother’s plans to marry her off to a millionaire’s son. It isn’t until she meets Mr. Lindt, a strange but kindly being posing as a human who inspires her to seek her true love, a man who awaits her in the future.
# of pages or word count: 221 pages
Vincent Cleburne, silent film actor and big game hunter conquered women as easily as he hunted tigers in India. Now, Vincent has set his sights on the exquisite beauty, actress and man eater, Yolanda Dodson
During an outburst at a popular nightclub, Yolanda challenges him to hunt and kill a white leopard and bring her the pelt.
He readily agrees. But what Vincent doesn't realize when he gets to Nepal and begins his hunt, is that he will be marked by his quarry in ways that he never dreamed possible.
When Bobby Chandler picked up Marilyn, a 1958 Edsel in pristine condition, for a song he couldn't believe his good luck. He knew these great old vintage cars had their perks, but this one comes with features that blew more than his mind.
Is having sex with a haunted car considered kinky? Either way, Bobby may never leave the garage.
# of pages or word count: 221
Genre: Historical women's fiction suspense
Emily Prudhomme is terrified of her stepfather, and for good reason. A man who was raised by an abusive father and uncle, he is convinced that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is talking to him personally through a radio he keeps in his office.
Emily, alienated by her stepfather’s bizarre behavior, is befriended by Glorious, an African-American girl with beautiful amber-colored eyes and the ability to see the thoughts of others. Outcast because of their differences, the girls become fast friends.
When a tragic accident occurs on the banks of the Little Missouri river leaving one girl dead and the other hopelessly maimed for life, rage and revenge creates a firestorm that not only destroys a town but the lives of two families.
Some wounds never heal. Some come back—to kill you.
Scarred in body and spirit, Reverend James Kilpatrick Thomas has accepted a job as pastor of a small community church in Mercer’s Bayou, Arkansas. In this peaceful small town, he prays for spiritual renewal—not just for his congregation, but for his own shredded soul.
Megan and Brody Wallace also seek personal renewal when they leave their hectic lives in Austin, Texas to live a slower paced life on the bayou. After several painful, failed pregnancies, they hope that they’ll find life here a soothing balm.
But an ancient evil grows just outside the church cemetery. And after more than a century of sleep, it’s ready for a deadly revival of its own.