A Life Singular, book 1
What do you do when you lose the one who gave your life meaning? You write about it. You tell the world how amazing it is to love and be loved by someone so special, what love helps you achieve and how it makes you stronger.
Inspired by “La Rabouilleuse (The Black Sheep)” by Honoré de Balzac.
Winner of two awards for general fiction.
A Life Found, Book 2
Writing an autobiography on behalf of someone else presents Jeff with an interesting dilemma.
Did he make assumptions about what Lynn would have included, or should he restrict her contribution to direct quotes from her letters and diaries? He had their kids to protect, and her parents too.
Inspired by “Cyrano de Bergerac” by Edmond Rostand.
A Life Entwined, book 3
A Life Lived, Book 4
A Life Tested, book 5
The world was an enormous place; full of good and evil, beauty and ugliness, wonder and despair.
Sometimes all seemed lost, returning from the latest round of negotiations and attempting to balance the surreal career of chart-topping musician with the demands of an advocate for those discarded by mainstream society.
With every problem the Diamonds worked to solve, a new one would be right around the corner.
Inspired by “El Alquimista (The Alchemist)” by Paulo Coelho.