A Moment in the Park (Saving Deborah Chapter Four)

The story that follows is a rough draft of chapter four in Saving Deborah (the fifth book in the Defense of Reality Series). Please excuse all typos.  Miriam looked up and down the street, trying to get her bearings. Central Park was to her right. Large tenant buildings towered above them across the street. She caught a glimpse of the street sign at the corner … Continue reading A Moment in the Park (Saving Deborah Chapter Four)

On a Train to New York (Saving Deborah Chapter 1)

The following is a rough draft of the first chapter of my upcoming novel, Saving Deborah. It will be the fourth book in the Defense of Reality series. Please excuse typos and spelling errors. This is a rough draft. Additionally, any comments you have will be appreciated. Miriam was surprised at how quiet the train was. She figured the 4:20 from Baltimore to New York … Continue reading On a Train to New York (Saving Deborah Chapter 1)

Simon’s Worst Moment (Chapter 30)

What follows is a chapter from the rough draft of Mencken and the Lost Boys. Please excuse any spelling or grammatical errors. This is raw and unedited. Mencken and the Lost Boys will be published in the Fall of 2017. (Featured image by William Stitt on Unsplash) Enjoy!   Simon glanced at the score board. Twenty seconds left and his team was ahead 120 to 22. Simon wasn’t … Continue reading Simon’s Worst Moment (Chapter 30)

Chatting with Ms. Krispen (Chapter Six)

The following story is a rough draft of a chapter in my upcoming novel “Mencken and the Lost Boys.” Please excuse any typos and misspelling. It is just a draft. If you’ve been reading along with these chapters as I’ve been rolling them out, you should know that the character Amar has now become Miriam. The book was a little male heavy. Reviewing the first … Continue reading Chatting with Ms. Krispen (Chapter Six)