Lost Sunrise, (Available on Amazon) Broken and disillusioned about life, Joe Martinson convinced himself he was content to just get through each day. He carves out a quiet, uncomplicated life, working as a photographer for the city paper and managing Henry, his cantankerous father, and the family farm. He almost believes he can go on existing this way, day in and day out, that is until his life is turned upside down when his one true love comes crashing back into his life.
As Elizabeth and Joe rekindle their love affair, she finds parts of the man she once knew and loved long ago, but she also sees a man that is lost and broken from a war he left years ago, yet still seems to be fighting.
As Elizabeth teaches Joe to confront the ghosts of war, she helps him find a life that was almost lost to him, but she also helps him tell his story, which will forever change their lives.
Their love story is one that we all hope for, it’s about forgiveness, second chances and finding that one person that sees the best parts of us, even when life leaves us broken.
Spot, (Due out in late 2019), tells the story of Ian Holt, a man that thought he had everything he wanted in life; the career, the perfect wife, and the big home, but that all changes in the blink of an eye. As his life is turned on end, he realizes he can’t turn back time. When he does finally steps out from under the cloud of pain and depression to retake his place in the world he embarks on a journey that will forever change his life.
Last boys club, (in work), is the story of four young sailors that joined the military to escape their past lives. They set out to prove that they will make it in this world, but during their journey, they come to grips with their past, the challenges in front of them and a future that is uncertain. Last Boys club is a coming of age story that focuses on healing old wounds, the bonds of war and the strength of friendship.
Songs of my brother, (in work), is the story of Quinn Melton as he heads out to help his brother who is recovering from a terrible divorce. He sets out on this journey thinking he is going to help his brother pack up his life and move back to the mid-west, but what he finds is this trip is less about his brother and more about finding his own way back home. This story is one of self-discovery, healing and finding truth in a place he didn’t expect.