Good Southern girls follow the rules and walk down predictable paths. Jenna predictably married Paul and believed in happily ever after. Although Jenna played by all the rules, she had no idea the tragic turns that her life would take--the tragic death of her first baby, and the unexpected loss of a second baby. There would be more heartbreak. Would Jenna ever be blessed with a child that she wanted with all her heart? Would Paul step up and become the husband and partner she only dared to dream of? Jenna needed the support of her husband, his sympathetic shoulder to cry on, and strong arms to hold her, but he cast an absentee ballot most of the time. Then out of the blue, Jenna crossed paths with a young woman and her life changed in ways that she never could have imagined. For too many years, Jenna drifted through life searching for answers to understand her undeniable attraction to this woman and uncover her true authentic self. Denial reigned supreme until one phone call changed everything.
BIOGRAPHY I'm happy and proud to have been recently chosen as a finalist in the 2019 American Book Fest Awards in the category of LGBTQ non-fiction for my memoir, Lately Lesbian.
For most of my life, I dreamed of writing a book but never imagined it would be about my own life. I grew up wanting to be a teacher and spent my whole career as an educator. I'm passionate about spending time with my family. When I'm not editing or writing, you will find me running, working in my yard, sipping on a margarita, or headed to the beach!
Book Awards and Achievements
American Book Fest 2019 Finalist - LGBTQ Non-Fiction Category
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