Tishography

The Synopsis

I’d love to here your thoughts. What is the first thing that comes to mind when reading this? The hardest battles are not those our eyes can see, but rather the subtle attacks of the unseen. The daily battles that manage to leech themselves onto our flaws, disguising themselves as...

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baby

See it for yourself

I gently stroked his hand trying not to disturb any of the clear sticky tape that covered it. I could barely see his tiny body – there were tubes and machines everywhere! There was a tube for feeding, a tube for breathing, an IV line and machines to monitor his...

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Knock, knock, knock

Knock, knock, knock

I remember the moment so vividly. I heard a familiar knock at the door, a code, one that I knew well. Awaken from a deep sleep I automatically assumed that it was safe to open the door. I mean, it was a secret code, surely it had to be someone...

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red shoes

Black!

I love to dress up and feel fabulous! Most women do, right? But let’s face it – I am a single mother of three wonderful, beautiful expensive children! To me (and my budget), fabulous doesn’t have to mean expensive. Nine times out of ten, you are the only one who...

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fall

Man down

She tugged her hand away from Destiny and bolted outside. She ran into the parking lot, still screaming, and one of her feet went into a pothole. She tripped and her face smacked the concrete. They ran outside and each grabbed an arm, assisting her to her feet. Destiny was in...

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The greeting

She was spread comfortably on the black leather, with one of her legs propped up on the arm of the couch. She looked at Destiny from head to foot and made circles with the smoke coming from her mouth. Her skin was golden brown and her long lashes glittered in...

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book cover

Published

I was so happy when I finally wrote the very last word in the rough draft of my, then, soon to be book. I was excited when it received its first edit, then the second, then the final (by Ashley Herrera). I was thrilled when I saw the cover (by Kayla Tennison) –...

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pregnant

Destined

She remembered the scent of the pillow that smothered her face. She remembered the pillow pressing harder and harder against her face and thinking, ‘it’s almost over baby’, hoping that this thought would somehow be transmitted to her precious child. She remembered the sound of the screeching bed frame and...

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