Coming Soon : The Right Kind Of Trouble

Next Friday 🙂 At just twenty years old, Lauren Bailey is organized, responsible, and hyper-driven toward her goal of graduating college so she can provide a good life for her daughter, four year old Harper. Between school, work, and being the best long-distance mom she can be, there’s one thing she definitely doesn’t have time…

The Trouble With… Studying?

(excerpt is unedited. project is untitled.) It was stupid. Really. Like… insanely stupid to be bothered that a guy who wasn’t my boyfriend – hell, he wasn’t even just a friend… hell, I barely even knew him – was talking to another girl. Girls. Like… plural. So… maybe the gigglers didn’t count. He had to…

From JL Campbell – Perfection

The world of a new adult is filled with mishaps and painful lessons, and Perfection is no different. In this story, a young man becomes a parent before he’s ready and is distracted by a girl, when he decides he’s staying away from women. Thing is, love doesn’t operate on a timetable and when cupid…

Always Never on Task

Somehow, I’m never working on what I’m “supposed” to be working on, but it always ends up being the right project for the moment. It could be considered flighty, or flaky, or just going wherever the wind takes me, and in essence, when it comes to what I’m writing… I kinda am. I have interests in writing…

The Trouble With Us

Available NOW on Amazon “Love is bull****.”   That’s how blogger, Bianca Bailey begins the first post of what’s supposed to be a new series on her website, in response to her readers curiosity about her feelings on love. That post never makes it to the public eye, but those three words perfectly sum up…

The Trouble With Sunday Dinner

Sunday afternoons were reserved for my parents, and that wasn’t an expectation — it was a requirement. Unless you were out of town or incapacitated, you’d better have your ass at the table when Pamela Martin pulled that cast iron skillet of cornbread out of the oven. On the earlier end of my twenties, I’d…

The Trouble With Late Phone Calls

“You’re not gonna say no.” “No.” He chuckled. “Okay, so it’s opposite day then? Aiight, well, I won’t be there in a few minutes.” “You can’t come here,” I said quickly, sitting up. “And besides, you don’t even know where I live.” “You don’t know what I know,” he countered. “What, you got wack-ass Kieran…