After a series of jobs, the last of which was at the Housing Authority for the City of Tampa, Bonnie was accepted to Stetson University College of Law and she graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree. After graduation Bonnie clerked for several judges in Pinellas County and then was employed by the Department of Veterans Affairs in their mediation program.
Bonnie currently has a mediation practice and writes in between soccer matches, baseball games and whatever other sports her children are involved with at the moment. Bonnie is married and feels both blessed and privileged to be doing all the things she has dreamed of doing. Her favorite quote: With God all things are possible.
Paperback: 272 pages
When fifteen-year-old Olivia Jean discovers that she is pregnant, her parents flee their New York home and bring her to her grandmother Birdie's Alabama farm. They plan on leaving her there for the duration of her pregnancy, but Birdie insists that Olivia Jean can stay only if her mother, Daisy, stays as well. Though she and her mother have been estranged for years, Daisy sees no alternative but to send her beloved, though unfaithful husband back north and settle in to life "down South" with her mother and daughter. Now that these three generations of proud, spirited women are together under one roof, Birdie, Daisy, and Olivia Jean must make sense of their roles as mothers -- and find a place in their lives for love, independence and each other.
Paperback: 192 pages
'As Kwai Chang moved through the arid desert of the American
West, I would move through the equally desolate ghettos of
Brooklyn, and we would each search: he for his family and I for
my father. . . .'
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