Opal for Christmas

Still looking for Christmas gifts? How ’bout a copy of Opal? Here are some locations. Memphis — downtown — S. Main Book Juggler, two doors down from the Elvis favorite Arcade restaurant. Cooper-Young – Burke’s Books. East Memphis – Novel Books, Perkins north of Poplar, used to be Booksellers at Laurelwood; These books are already signed. Of course there’s amazon.com, and if you happen to be near Vicksburg (where Opal went to the Piggly Wiggly), go to Lorelei Books. Have a merry.

Opal at Novel Bookstore

My book, Opal, is now available in the local author section of Novel Bookstore, the reincarnation of Booksellers at Laurelwood. Pretty excited about it. The section is located immediately to the left when you enter the front door, and the store is at 387 Perkins Extd, just north of Poplar. Check out their great new restaurant, Libro, too, after you’ve completed your book shopping.

Help Name the Opal Story

I’m working on the Opal sequel, and I want your help. Here’s a synopsis (though I’m not through) of what happens in the story. Although middle-aged Opal Pratt has lived on that property all her life and her parents were there for some years before that, Opal has now learned that the front part of the property does not belong to her. And she’s not happy. She watches the land being cleared, a house larger and nicer than hers going up, and driveways being paved.
What shall we name the story? The working title is Land Lost, but that’s no good for a real title. Neighbors came to mind, but that’s too friendly. Changes might be a decent title. What do you think we should call it? Leave me a comment with your ideas.


Opal on Sale

Thank you, amazon! Both the soft cover and hard cover editions of Opal are on sale. If you’re planning to give any Opals as Christmas gifts, now is the time to purchase them. I love a good sale!