Few people in Bessie Bland’s community had the opportunity to know her. However, a social worker, Lucy, formed an instant bond with Bessie and a fondness for her peculiar habits. She made it a point to foster their relationship. Lucy was particularly captivated with Bessie’s creativity in the ember months. After marrying and moving away, Lucy kept up with Bessie and was always nostalgic when the ember months approached. Out of the blue, a phone call beckons Lucy to return to Bessie’s hometown, and she is shocked by Bessie’s behavior. It makes her question everything she believes and forces her to reexamine her own relationships. her memories of her family, judging what is right, and acceptance of herself
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Phyllis H. Moore wants to live life experiences more than once: doing it, writing about it and reading about it. She’s had two careers and two retirements. Both careers gave her inspiration for her novels: The Sabine Trilogy, Sabine, Josephine’s Journals and Secrets of Dunn House, Opal’s Story, Tangled, a Southern Gothic Yarn, and The Bright Shawl, Colors of Tender Whispers, and an anthology of spooky short stories inspired by real places and events, The Bridge on Jackson Road. She has authored one nonfiction book, Retirement, Now What? Phyllis has been published by Caffeinated Press in the anthology, Brewed Awakenings 2, Fifteen Tales to Jolt Your Mind Awake.
Phyllis is a retired social worker and former owner/operator of a small bed and breakfast. She’s lived in the rural areas and cities of south Texas. She currently lives on Galveston Island with her husband, Richard.