Lamar Neal is a poet and author, whose work has been described as "imaginative, mysterious, emotional, and passionate." He has been artistic for as long as he can remember. Years before he ever picked up a pen and paper or laptop to write poetry or stories, he sat in his room recording "television series" with his toys. Inspired by the matters of the heart and soul, music, and the random encounters we experience in life, Lamar takes readers into the world he created. He hopes that his poetry and novels will inspire and bring joy to readers.
I need to find my passion again. I need to find the reason for the words. I need to find the happiness in the words again. And I hope you will join me! I hope someone will return to the basics, whatever their hobby, and find the joy again. Find that passion behind the action. Get your heart back into it. And please, tell me about it! Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or here on my website. Comment below if you are going to join on this challenge with me! Share this post and commit by telling your social media followers that you will be finding your passion again.
A secret message hidden inside of an antique wooden box, an unidentified dead body, and a mother determined to marry her off to the high school crush whom she hasn’t seen since…well…high school. There’s no doubt about it; Finn Bartusiak’s life in the seaside town of Port New is about to get interesting.
Coming into possession of a 19th -century, bronze and mahogany writing box under somewhat suspicious circumstances, Finn’s accidental discovery of a coded note leads her and Spencer Dane, bestselling novelist and love of her life (though he doesn’t know it yet), on a quest to unravel the mystery behind the jumble of letters. But they’re not the only ones interested in the cryptic message. There’s a conman on their trail, and he’ll stop at nothing, including murder, to claim the ‘treasure’ for himself.
Guys, if you didn’t know, writing books is hard. It’s so hard to make sure you have the perfect characters who aren’t too perfect. It’s so hard coming up with a story line that hasn’t been used before. … It’s hard to come up with little obstacles that keep the hero on their toes. … So I said enough.
I’m a Gen-X writer and editor and have worked in news media for 27 years. My life is a balance of physical things – running lifting, hiking, and biking – and a love for writing and photography. I’m a life-long storyteller and a sucker for adventure and travel. Give me fresh air, a chance at a summit and good people to enjoy it with and I’m a happy dude.
Sara spent her life with a multitude of characters and stories spinning around in her head. It wasn’t until the Fates decided to give the string of her life a tug, bringing her romantic leanings together with her passion for the sport of cycling and Poof! A story was written to completion, much to her surprise.