I’ve had a few “secret projects” cooking on the back burners for a while, and today I’m excited to unroll the first. CHRISTMAS IN DOGTOWN is a novelette available now for download at Amazon HERE and later today at Barnes and Noble (I’ll put up the link when it’s available).
DOGTOWN is a standalone story about home and identity (and gators and gar balls). I hope you enjoy it! (Remember–if you don’t have a Kindle or a Nook, you can download the free Kindle App to read Kindle books on your computer, iPhone, iPad, or other smartphone or tablet.)
ABOUT CHRISTMAS IN DOGTOWN: A woman who spent years escaping her rural past learns that Dogtown, Louisiana, hides more family secrets than just the recipe for boudin blanc.
Resa Madere’s on the verge of losing it all. The boyfriend’s gone. The job’s history. Her beloved house is on the brink of foreclosure. She’ll do anything to save it–even spend a long Christmas holiday working in St. James Parish, Louisiana, helping her uncle run the family meat business. But the community of Dogtown, which has been home for seven generations of the Madere and Caillou families, has deep roots and deeper secrets. For Resa, going home is one thing. Getting out might not be so easy.