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Beth McCoy, the naïve seventeen-year-old daughter of an Episcopal priest, moves with her parents from southern Indiana to the thumb of Michigan. As she adjusts to her new home, she encounters situations that prove to be too difficult for her to handle. Decades later, she returns to the area and faces the full impact of her youthful decisions.
As a writer, it is both my privilege and my obligation to tell the stories that flow from my heart.  No murder mysteries, spine-tingling thrillers, or salacious romances—just stories about ordinary people struggling with problems like yours and mine.  Stories about hope and redemption, stories that warm the soul and promote understanding of one's deepest self.  I love creating the flawed, quirky characters with whom my readers deeply identify. 

Read my short stories for free! You can find them under the SHORT STORIES tab.

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