A Peach For Big Jim by Lisa Belmont

Book Summary: In 1947 racially-charged Mills Hollow, South Carolina, Chloe Mason knows not to go near the Negroes who live in the river shacks, especially sixteen-year-old Big Jim. He’s something of a myth, a big black boy known for eating opossums and howling at the moon. At least that’s what […]

Indie Corner Questions for Hostile Takeover

Have you ever gotten “reader’s block” and how did you get through that? Earlier in my career, yes. I have since discovered that careful planning really helps avoiding that stage. I outline everything ahead, including the ending. The more detailed the outline is, the easier it is to write. How […]