On a gray, windy afternoon Drew secretly watches Maggie Silver crying. He listens, terrified, as a voice shrieks inside her cottage and dishes of oatmeal shatter against the wall. He knows nothing about his neighbor, only, like all children instinctively do, that the she is poor and older than he is. He knows that her brother, Skeeter, has had polio and rolls around their porches on a low board with caster wheels. But from the moment he sees her smile rise up through her tears, he becomes determined to learn more of who she is. And from that smile, the adventure of his life begins.
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I have just finished my third novel. My friends and family call it a novel of distinction, but I will believe them when a publisher also considers it such.
I am currently seeking a new agent, as my current one has decided that indie films are a more intriguing (or lucrative) pursuit.
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