Books. I have a tsunami of ideas for books: fantasy, science fiction, creative nonfiction. When I dreamed of transitioning from an engineering career to writing full-time, I never expected to start out by collaborating with a ghost. Writing historical fiction was not on my to-do list. Fortunately, I also had a promise to keep involving a remarkable old manuscript, written by my uncle, Herman Willis Logan. He left it to my mother, with a request that she make the changes needed and try to get it published someday. My mother, being a wise, southern woman, passed the project to me. Thus began my writer’s journey into the past. My uncle’s manuscript, Second Son, was published by Touchpoint Press in July 2021. Southern Woman, currently in development, is entirely mine. Here’s a snippet from the opening chapter . . .
Small town sins and secrets can be deadly. Southern Woman continues the story of Towanna and Kathy Whitaker, begun in Second Son, into the next chapter of their lives. Towanna is struggling through his last semester of medical school at Tulane University in New Orleans. Kathy owns and manages a small variety store in their… Continue Reading →