Law Student, Trisha Mills befriends Adda, a street musician who was once a bestselling recording artist. She cannot overlook the injustices of the record company and convinces Adda to seek restitution. How could Trisha know that her involvement would impact her upcoming wedding?


The tragedy of strangers brought journalist Scott Harrington face-to-face with his past. Claire Bassett has been searching for her husband who went missing a year ago. As Scott and Claire’s stories overlap, will there be restoration or rejection?

First place winner for fiction in Almost An Author’s Fresh Voices Contest.


Nathan Drummond had a successful career as a mystery writer. When family responsibilities force him to return home, he finds himself much too close to a painful memory from his youth. Will his new novel provide the therapy needed or will it expose his darkest secret?



I’m Kathleen Neely, but please call me Kathy. My active mind makes up stories and God opens doors to allow me to share those with you. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing. If you’re interested in a little of my story, you can find that on my About page.


You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn and you’re also welcome to drop me a line. However, the best way to stay in touch is to join my mailing list.

Christmas Giveaway

Christmas Giveaway

Hello Friends, I’m returning from a trip to Disney with my grandsons. It’s a magical place when seen through the eyes of a two-and-a-half-year-old and four-year-old. I knew I didn’t have their energy. It put my stamina to the test but was worth every wide-eyed...

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Happy Fall

Happy Fall

Hello Friends, We have a number of new readers joining us, and I wanted to shout out a big, southern welcome. It’s great to have you on-board. Many responded to the GIVEAWAY campaign during October’s National Read-a-Book Month. The winner is announced at the end of...

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The Lord your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save,
He will rejoice over you with gladness;
He will quiet you by His love;
He will exult over you with loud singing.

Zephaniah 3:17

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