This poetry collection has been in the making for over a decade. It features some of the earliest poems by the author as well as pieces that are hot off the press. These poems were carefully selected to share a vast array of subjects, styles, and moods. It was Shelly's goal to provide a glimpse into the lighter and darker sides of our worlds. Rather, our galaxies...
Fifteen years have passed since Cora and Marley were tangled in a messy college affair. When Cora discovers they have both returned to the same town, she reaches out to Marley in the hopes of rekindling a friendship. Despite their painful past and complicated present, Marley allows herself to reenter Cora's gravity. However, they soon realize they cannot outrun the love they left behind.
In 1943, a young woman from the city finds herself in a small Nebraskan town. There, she meets an older farmer named Carolyn. The women fall into a forbidden love affair that is challenged on all sides. They must ask themselves one question: How far are they willing to go for each other?
"The Storm I Once Knew" is a poetry collection inspired by love and life. The free verse poems range from lighthearted to dark, capturing all sides of humanity.
After FBI agent Joey Kupperman receives a tip about a dangerous cult, she goes undercover within the organization to investigate. As she discovers the horrific truth behind the cult, Joey finds herself drawn to a rebellious disciple. This cult member joins forces with Joey to bring down the cult, though there are no guarantees they'll both make it out alive.