Being an enigma is far from bad Every finger print differing for a reason Consider the differences in the Grand Canyon And Mount Everest Trenches and peaks falling and rising in varying proportions A cave remaining dark all day And snow lingering on precipices, up high A bat needing a home during daylight hours And man…
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NEW Project Underway for 2018!

While it’s still very much in its infancy, I’m so excited about an idea I’ve been constructing of late! It’s still too early to give much away, but suffice it to say it encompasses post-Civil War America. But not the parts in Reconstruction mode we all think about and get sentimental for. It’s taken more research…
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Event Pictures from Star Line Books – Swimming the Echo

Many thanks for the attendance at last week’s Q&A, Reading, & Signing at Star Line Books in downtown Chattanooga! It was a great return to that wonderful independent bookstore. Sharing Swimming the Echo and its construction with everyone was a fantastic time. The questions were thoughtful and welcomed! Hope to see you at the next…
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Chattanooga Book Signing, Thursday!

Book Signing with Brian L. Tucker September 21 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Star Line Books loves to have local writers in the shop, and Brian Tucker is no exception. A great friend of Star Line, Brian will be joining us in the shop for a reading and signing of his most recent novel,…
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If One Person could design your Book Cover, who would it be?

  One artist to design your book. For me, that’s a loaded question, because some of the best covers (EVER) have been released in just the past 3-5 years! What’s your favorite cover of all-time? And I’m not exaggerating. To the point where I lose focus of content and forget about the story itself. I mean,…
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The Time Given

Last weekend offered something all of us pray for, whether it’s an audible, breathed prayer or not: Time with people we love and care for and MISS as the clock pulls us forward My hometown library hosted a book signing, and Lindsey S. Frantz (a childhood best friend) and I were able to attend, and sign,…
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