In my debut commercial fiction novel, Like Sweet Buttermilk, I take a provocative look at a contemporary love tale with the story of a marriage ignited in the aftermath of murder.
For a fuller description of the story, check out my Novels & Writings page.
Settle into the story, and then ask yourself: What would you do?
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Supporting characters have ... character!
Part of Viv's early attraction to Rick, was his “appreciation for the good music of the ‘70s”; they had that in common. Rick's love for it hasn't changed (nor has Viv's), so Viv is still groovin' right along to 60s and 70s Soul/R&B with her husband. Dr. Alexander will sometimes pause her analysis to enjoy a particular piece of classical music. Even Alna bursts into song at a joyful moment.
Music is a vehicle for bonding, a vehicle for change. Music is as much a part of the S.F Powell storytelling as anything else. Check back soon for my perspective on the music or songs I selected for this work.
Did you like the chemistry between Rick and Viv? Is it their bond with their daughter? Maybe it’s the way they communicate. Or (wink, wink), perhaps it’s their intimate moments? Whatever it is, if you enjoyed the R/V Experience, check out my Trivia & Bonuses page for a little more on Mr. and Mrs. Phillips.
Recipe - Buttermilk Pie
Viv says that Rick loves this pie, but never makes it at home. Click here for a recipe that you can make at home.
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In Broken Benevolence, Dr. Alexander provides trauma counseling to crime victim, Cecily Brooks. Attacked during a home invasion, Cecily has more than her personal mental stresses to overcome.
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