By TJ Johnson Southern Song is book three in the Davaar Island series. The story opens with Abby Buchanan back home in Australia, coping with a broken heart after leaving Scotland and Murdo. This story picks up about four months after her return to Australia. She’s returned to her job in civil service and is […]
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My debut novel, The House on Maple Street, can be found on Amazon and Barns & Noble. And now available on Book Depository!
From the back cover: Excited for a fresh new start, Hillary Altman is about to begin her first semester of graduate school at small New England college. Ever the procrastinator, Hillary waits to the last minute to find housing. But fate smiles upon her, when she takes a room in a picturesque Victorian home, run as a boarding house. But Hillary quickly finds, that all is not as it seems at The House on Maple Street…
My Work In Progress:
My work in progress is titled Ruth Long, Age 88 and is book one of a six book series. Ruth Long is the unapologetically sarcastic matriarch of a mid-west family. The story is a first person narrative as Ruth reflects on her life, her relationships, and her family. Because Ruth Long has recently died. The story takes place on the day of her funeral as she picks apart the way her family choose to memorialize her with a deliciously sharp wit.
I am back to work on the 99 cent novella double feature! I’m currently working on drafting “The Package”. Noa is shaping up into a really interesting character. Currently, the chapter I’m working on dives into her back story. Her childhood discovery of the Cold War and her fascination with spies. A scholarship program that […]
The first pass through of editing is complete on Ruth Long, Age 88. I’m a relatively fast typist but apparently need to work on my accuracy! The number of times I missed words like ‘a’ and ‘to’ was unbelievable. I think it boosted my word count! There’s still more work to be done before I’ll […]