Latest Releases

Coming May 31, 2019
The Least of
These, by Kathleen Neely
The tragedy of strangers brought him face-to-face with his
Journalist SCOTT HARRINGTON sets out to write a documentary
on the lives of three homeless men. He hopes to win a prestigious award and his
father’s respect. In the process, he uncovers stories of heartbreak, trauma,
and rejection, causing him to revisit his own tragic past and the guilty secret
that he holds.
CLAIRE BASSETT has been searching for her husband who went
missing a year ago. The attentions of another man cause her to question if she
should continue to search or move on with her life. 
As Scott and Claire’s stories overlap, will there be restoration or rejection?
The Least of These won first place for fiction in Almost An Author’s Fresh Voices Contest.


Coming February 22, 2019
The Street Singer, by
Kathleen Neely
From fame to poverty–can one person’s effort tip the
scales of justice?

Trisha Mills, a student in her final semester of law school, has fond memories of listening to the music of Adaline, a once famous recording artist. She learns that Adaline, now Adda
Marsh, is a street singer in Asheville, NC. Adda’s sole means of support in her senior years comes from the donation box. Along with her meager possessions, Adda has a box labeled, “Things to Remember.” Adda agrees to show Trisha the contents. With it comes her story. Adda reveals her journey by sharing a few items at a time, beginning as a sharecropper’s daughter in Mississippi, to fame in Nashville, and to poverty in her old age.
Trisha is busy cleaning out the home of her deceased grandfather, preparing to sit for the bar exam, and planning her wedding to Grant Ramsey. However, she cannot overlook the
injustices that Adda has experienced. Aided by Rusty Bergstrom, an attorney who will work pro bono, Trisha convinces Adda to seek restitution. Will her growing friendship with Rusty Bergstrom affect her engagement to Grant?


Coming April 26, 2019

Beauty for Ashes 

How long can he hide the truth? His secret was safe until he fell in love. 

Nathan Drummond’s actions at the age of eighteen had devastating consequences. Writing became therapeutic, leading him into a successful career as a mystery writer. With seven novels to his credit, Nathan is rapidly becoming a household name. 

Family responsibilities force him to return to his home town , pushing him too close to painful memories. Although he’d intended the living situation to be temporary, Nathan didn’t count on falling in love. 

As guilt threatens a return of panic attacks, Nathan begins to write a novel paralleling the tragic event from his youthful folly. Will the novel be seen as a work of fiction, or will it expose his secret? 

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