Category Archives: The Red Kimono

End of a Chapter

Have you ever read a book you couldn’t put down? A book with chapters you hated to end, yet you couldn’t wait to turn the page to the next chapter? In two days, with a final cross of a threshold … Continue reading

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Blog Hop!

Thank you, Velda Brotherton, for tagging me for this blog hop, and thanks to Susan Taitel for the great idea! What is the working title of your book? The working title was Broken Dolls, however, after it was accepted by … Continue reading

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Stories to Honor Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, I am offering two of my short stories on Smashwords for free. These are stories that were inspired by two characters in my book, Broken Dolls: Sachiko Kimura, a young Japanese-American internee, and Jubie … Continue reading

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