Meet IRIS CHACON: reader, writer, laugher, singer, teacher, lover, mother, intermittent blogger.
Been there, done that, in the library, radio station, law office, schoolrooms, darkroom, rehearsal room, coffee house.
Believer in divine providence, salvation by grace, positive attitude, mind over matter, the benefits of regular exercise, coffee with caffeine, the anti-depressant effects of chocolate.
Ethnicity: My ancestors came over on a boat, about three hundred years ago; currently part of a rainbow family - everything from Irish to Chinese to Maya Indian. Diversity is the beauty of humanity and the essence of heaven.
Not against dog people or cat people, but I'm more of a bunny person or horse person.
Born, raised, and residing in Florida, with friends all over the world.
Is it against the law to kill somebody who is, technically, already dead? Because Sylvie Pace wanted to dig up dear old (late) Dad and throttle him personally. It was his fault Sylvie got stuck in a business (thank heaven, not personal) relationship with The Abominable Cowboy.
Mudsills & Mooncussers: A Novel of Civil War Key West
A Yankee spy on a Rebel island must kill a Rebel agent whom he fears may be his new love.
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In 1860 the tiny island of Key West, southernmost tip of the United States, boasts a small, eclectic population grown wealthy salvaging merchandise from the wreckage of ships. Some Key West "Conchs" have been known to build fires on the shore north of the official lighthouse, tricking doomed ships onto the coral reefs and into the hands of waiting "wreckers." Moonless nights work best for the wreckers, earning them the sobriquet, "mooncussers." In the worst cases, mooncussers might kill - or "fail to rescue" - passengers and crew members. Dead men tell no tales.
Winner of Wattpad.com's 2016 PROJECTWD Award, Paranormal category.
A hunky carpenter wants to adopt six children, but first he must convince authorities that he is not crazy. He isn't. His teapot really IS talking to him.
DHS agent Yves Dubreau has no memories but plenty of enemies. When betrayed to assassins, will Duby know how to defend himself -- or his beloved doctor?
MORE DETAILS: John Doe remembers nothing of his life before waking up in the hospital. He doesn't know he was a dangerous man, and he somehow has survived assassination by even more dangerous men. He doesn't even know how to speak English. John needs long-term supervision and care to re-learn how to live.
FINDING MIRANDA: Minokee Mysteries, Book One
Nobody "sees" Miranda Ogilvy except the hunky blind deejay next door and the men hired to kill them both. Murder, political corruption, quirky small-town neighbors, and Dave the Wonder Dog work together to make this mystery fun, romantic, and satisfying.
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